You may say “I failed in the past because of my triggers”.
Let’s get something clear.
You will never be able to successfully avoid triggers because they can appear in many forms.Some will be common to other smokers and some will be unique to you, your lifestyle, and your approach.Therefore, when an unexpected trigger hits, the smoker has no defense against it.
Below are listed some of the more common triggers.
- Drinking coffee
- Finishing a meal
- Driving your car
- Using the phone
- Stressful situations
- Drinking alcohol
- Social events
- After sex
What if I told you that a trigger was a good thing when stopping smoking ?
What if I showed you how to use the trigger to assist in your efforts to stop ?
What if I showed you how to actually be positive about experiencing a trigger ?
What if I showed you a technique that works that you probably never heard of ?
If you would like to find out more about how to take advantage of these triggers and turn them into helpful tools, feel free to join the discussion .
How have Triggers affected your attempts in the past?
What did you do about them?