Every person who is quitting smoking will probably run into somebody who might, directly or indirectly, try to get him/her to smoke again. At the same time, most people can find at least one quit smoking support person to support them through the quitting process. This homework helps you figure out who is your support person(s) and who is your potential sabotager(s).
Learn these things and more!
- Friends or family members who will support you when quitting smoking
- Make a quit smoking support list
- Friends or family members who will sabatoge your quitting attempt
- Make a sabotage list
- Should you tell your friends and family that you are trying to quit smoking?
- Quit smoking with your spouse or partner
Quotes from this quit smoking video
“Your friends and family are the people you spend the most time with. They can offer you support and encouragement. If they smoke, they might be willing to smoke outside, or when you are not around. Your friends or family members might be willing to be a support person for you.”
“If your spouse or partner smokes, we recommend that you have a long talk with him or her about what you are trying to do, how, and why. He/she might want to quit with you.”