New York City Hypnosis And Hypnotherapy under the guidance of Expert Hypnotist Professor John Petrocelli has a success rate over 35 years of helping people to quit cigarettes in One session.
NYC Hypnosis: People who have never been addicted to smoking really don’t seem to understand just how difficult kicking the habit really is. They assume that with aids such as the patch or nicotine gum, we’re able to easily make the transition from being a full time smoker, to a permanent nonsmoker.
How we wish it were only that easy.
As someone who was a heavy smoker for over 15 years, I know better than anyone just how difficult quitting can be. Even with the threat of cancer looming over my head, or my kids asking me to quit, it seemed as though there was just no way that I would ever be able to make it work. With the stress of a full time (over time) job as a self employed entrepreneur, to dealing with the many curveballs that life threw my way, there were far too many reasons NOT to quit.
A friend of mine had a history of cancer in her family and for years she worried constantly about whether or not her smoking was going to get the better of her. Combined with the stress of what she was doing to herself and how much at risk she was, she decided that she really needed to give it one final, last ditch effort and butt out for good.
But it was too late.. I’m sure you’ve heard this story before and it’s not an urban myth or some far-fetched analogy to scare you into quitting. My friend decided to finally take control of her life and give herself a fair shot at a long and healthy future, only to find out that had she have given it up a few years earlier, she would have possibly prevented herself from falling victim to lung cancer.
Still, knowing that this can happen to any one of us, we still need a solid system in place to be able to kick the habit. We can’t just do it on our own, even with the strongest will power and dedication, without a step by step strategy, our chances of success are drastically minimized.
So, after over 100 attempts to quit and nearly two decades of stuffing that smoke into my lungs on a daily basis, I finally found a way to quit permanently (even if you have very little self discipline as I do).
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