My contention is that, the fear smokers have about stopping smoking is really what causes most smokers to continue smoking. It is therefore, compelling that the the smoker’s continuation of the silly illusion of real pleasure, as a just reason, of the of the irrationality of smoking despite the tremendous medical and scientific proof of its risks and dangers.
That is the primary reason why I allow smokers to smoke during the course. That is to remove all doubts and fears that exist in the smoker’s mind. The plan is to give confidence and build up the mindset of a smoker to that of a non-smoker even before the final fag (cigarette) is stuffed out. It is tougher to get smokers to stop until you understand the machinery of the nicotine trap. I also believe your attention is reduced while you continue to think it is disturbing and very difficult to stop smoking. And when you still believe that you are dependent on nicotine.
I maintain that willpower is not required because it takes zero willpower for a smoker to stop smoking since it takes no willpower to stop doing something that an individual has no desire to do, which is the realization smokers come to once their doubt and fear about stopping has disappeared.
Combining this with the understanding that the actual physical withdrawal symptoms from nicotine is so negligible to be considered insignificant. This allows smokers to become non-smokers.
Those smokers who use the willpower method usually still believe the symptoms of withdrawal are real (panic attacks, anxiety sweaty hands etc.). It is exactly because many smokers believe these symptoms are caused by lack of nicotine (i.e. physical withdrawal) and not by their psychological dependency and feeling of deprivation, that they are not successful at quitting.
Such an analysis is the cornerstone to my approach to overcoming the “nicotine trap” which is both subtle and all-encompassing.
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