Educational Videos

Don't TRY to Quit Smoking

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It may surprise you, but the mentality of "hoping" and "trying" to quit smoking actually weakens you and increases the odds of failure. Here's a better way...

Smoking is GOOD for You!

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If you believe that smoking is ONLY bad for you, then it's time for you to broaden your perspective.  You don't repeatedly engage in behaviors unless they serve a beneficial purpose. 

Addictions: The Real Cause

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We've been misled to believe that most addictions are caused by chemicals, that treatment must focus on behavioral change, and that addicts are always "in recovery."

4 Reasons Smokers Relapse

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There are 4 primary reasons why smokers fail to stop smoking completely or eventually relapse after initially quitting. The most well known ones are less important than the 4th reason.

Switching to E-Cigarettes?

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A lot of smokers think that it's a smart move to switch from smoking cigarettes to vaping e-cigarettes. But it's precisely BECAUSE vaping seems to be better that switching is a BIG mistake.

Chemical or Emotional?

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Have you been sold on the LIE that smoking and nicotine are primarily chemical addictions? That may be true for rodents, but for humans, smoking is mostly an emotional dependency.

Got Emotional Baggage?

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The need to distract from emotional stress, whether caused by old traumas or present life challenges, gives addictions and compulsive habits a strong hold over so many.

Heavier Smokers Quit Easier

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Contrary to mainstream medical advice that overstates the importance of nicotine, smoking more cigarettes does NOT necessarily mean it's harder to quit smoking.

Cigarettes are My Friends?

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People with low self-worth are more likely to find themselves in abusive or controlling relationships, whether with an abusive spouse or with cigarettes.

You Don't NEED to Smoke

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There is NO SUCH THING as a need for nicotine or cigarettes. That's a complete illusion cause d by limiting beliefs, their resulting fear-based emotions, and the myth of nicotine withdrawal.

Relationships and Quitting

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Unhealthy relationship dynamics can make the smoking cessation process much more difficult. It's essential to understand these toxic patterns before you prepare to quit smoking.

The "Discomfort" Zone

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A smoker's ability to handle minor stressors is related to how much he or she smokes. Here's the vicious cycle: The more one smokes, the smaller the comfort zone becomes.

Smokers are Mental Slaves

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Smokers are "addicted" not because of nicotine but because they have become mental slaves who are emotionally dependent on cigarettes, and whose mindset keeps them trapped.

Your Identity Controls You

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Identity is the most important determinant of behavior. One of the problems with smoking cessation programs is the primary focus on behavior modification.

Chronic Master Debaters

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"I know I should quit smoking, BUT...[insert excuse here]." The smoker's mentality is one of constant internal debate, especially when he or she wants to quit.