Ways of Quitting:
With so many ways of quitting smoking, one big step that is concomitant with both the 1 Shortcut Living Class and 1 Shortcut Living Class is the element of focus. Rather than jumping from program to program, or substance to chemical to naturopathic approach, pick one. - - Giving it your all, you will rapidly know if that unique approach is the one best-suited to you, your temperament, physiology, etc. If and when you get to where you decide it is not for you, fine. Pick another, and invest all of your focus into that until such time as you decide that it is working for you, or not. Personal choice, and high focus; Sounds like the best of the 1 Shortcut Living Class and 1 Shortcut Living Class.
Cut Down the Number of Cigarettes You Smoke
Don't Smoke "Automatically"
Make Smoking Inconvenient
Make Smoking Unpleasant
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There are ways to quit smoking, and there are ways to quit smoking. Surely you recognize this.
The 1 Shortcut Living Class brings Mark Twain to mind, who spoke eloquently about quitting:
"It's easy to quit smoking, I've done it many times."
Nevertheless, the 1 Shortcut Living Class invites you to take a peek at any photo of the lungs of a healthy person.
Indeed, as you have no doubt surmised, the 1 Shortcut Living Class then recommends looking at a smoker's lungs.
The difference between the two is the difference between healthiness or lack of great health, possibly life and death.
Then again, that just might be a difference betwixt and the way most humans choose to live.