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Quit Smoking Resolutions - Learn the Secret to Keeping Quit Smoking Resolutions

Every year thousands of people make quit smoking resolutions.
Unfortunately not all of them succeed.
In fact most people who make a resolution to quit smoking will not succeed in their goal.
Why not? Because they do not know the secret to successfully quit smoking.
But you can succeed in your goal to stop smoking and be one of the winners.
All you have to do is learn the secret that some smokers are lucky enough to learn in their first attempt to quit smoking, some learn in later attempts, and some never learn and they go through failed attempt after attempt to break their smoking habit.
Knowing this secret will drastically increase your chances of success in your goal to become smoke-free.
Ok, so are you ready to learn this crucial quit smoking secret? Here it is: You need to focus on the mental addiction instead of the physical addiction to smoking.
Most smoking cessation aids focus on the breaking the physical addiction to nicotine.
It is true that you have built up an addiction to nicotine, but this addiction is gone within a week or two of quitting smoking.
By then all the nicotine is gone from your system.
But the tougher addiction to break is the mental addiction, or "habit", of smoking.
Smoking has become such an integral part of your life.
Nearly everything you do, place you go, and emotion you feel becomes associated with smoking.
Smoking is second nature to you, without even thinking you grab for a cigarette when the need strikes.
Let's look at it this way.
Why do so many people go back to smoking weeks, months, even years after they originally stopped smoking? Don't you agree that after that period of time the physical addiction to smoking would have passed? It is because that somewhere deep in their minds the mental addiction, or habit, to smoke was till alive.
Some circumstance, stress, or event "woke it up" and they did what came natural to them; they lit up a cigarette.
The good news is that there is a technique that is specifically designed to remove the mental addiction to the habit of smoking.
People who use this technique to stop smoking enjoy a 97% success rate.
That is way higher than any other smoking cessation method or tool.
This technique is called NLP or Neuro Linguistic Programming.
It is relatively unknown but word is starting to spread as smokers learn how easy it is to break the smoking habit with NLP.
It works so well because it is designed to remove the mental cravings to smoke.
It re-programs the subconscious to release the mental addiction to smoke cigarettes.
NLP is a completely natural way to stop smoking.
Resolutions to kick the smoking habit can be kept without experiencing the high costs and side effects associated with most stop smoking medications.
You can remove the habit to smoke simply by listening to an NLP audio recording that removes the mental cravings to smoke.

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