Write down your quit date!
Remember: If you slip and start smoking after quitting, you may feel like you’ve let yourself down or that you failed. A small setback is not a big deal. Quitting is a process—sometimes a long one—not an event. Learn from your slips. Get back on track as soon as possible. Update your plan with new strategies.
You can do it!
Write down your plan to prevent and deal with slips.
Current as of: September 5, 2019
Author: Tobacco Reduction Program, Alberta Health Services
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