Who Are You?
You started smoking way too young; maybe as a teenager, or even as a pre-teen (like I did).
You’ve been smoking for longer than you’d like to admit.
You’ve wanted to quit for nearly as long as you’ve been smoking.
You’ve tried to quit countless times over the years, but you always end up smoking again.
You’ve tried pretty much every quit method or aid you’ve ever heard of: from cold turkey to cutting down, to pills, patches, gum, inhalers, to hypnosis, self-hypnosis, aversion therapy, and everything in between.
A lot of these methods and aids have worked, at least to some degree: you’ve managed to stay quit for a few hours, a few days, a few weeks, or a few months. Maybe you’ve even managed to stay quit for a few years; but you always end up smoking again in the end.
You’ve pretty much given up hope that anything will work, but you keep looking anyway.
You wonder what’s wrong with you: other people are able to quit smoking and stay quit for good; why can’t you?
There’s nothing wrong with you, and hope has nothing at all to do with it. I’ve taught lots of other people how to quit smoking and stay quit for good, and I can teach you, too.
You just have to be willing to learn.
Who Am I?
My name is Kevin Foster. I started smoking when I was just 10 years old. I smoked off and on (mostly on) for the next 35 years and quit too many times to count. I tried every quit method or aid I ever heard of, and a lot of them worked, at least for a period of time; I’d stay quit for a week or a month or a year (my longest quit was three years), and yet I always ended up going back to smoking.
Until this time.
I was diagnosed with emphysema in November of 2001, and my doctor told me that if I didn’t quit smoking – and sooner rather than later – the disease would continue to progress until even being on oxygen 24/7 wouldn’t be enough to keep me alive. He also told me that my death, when it came, would be horrifying.
And I knew this wasn’t just talk: I had a friend whose father had emphysema and was already on oxygen 24/7 when I first met him. He had an oxygen tank he had to drag around with him and one of those rubber tubes up his nose, and the only time he turned the oxygen off and took the tube out was when he was smoking a cigarette. Eventually, smoking killed him, and it was not pretty.
I didn’t want to end up like that, so I decided right then and there that I was going to figure out how to quit and stay quit for good. I smoked my last cigarette on November 19th, 2001, and I’ve never looked back. As I write this, I’m in the 15th year of my final quit.
I’m happy to say that I’ve helped hundreds of people quit smoking since I finally quit for good at the end of 2001. I’m even happier to say that many of those people have now been quit for over 10 years themselves. I’m confident that they’ve finally quit for good, and so are they.
Won’t you join us?
Here’s a taste of what you’ll learn in “I Will Teach You How to Quit Smoking and Stay Quit for Good”:
- Why it’s so difficult to quit, but easy to start smoking again.
- How to deal with the physical, mental, and emotional effects of recovery.
- How to avoid gaining weight when you quit (you might even lose some this time).
- How to deal with cravings (and it has nothing to do with “will power”).
- How to practically guarantee that you will never smoke again.
- Why there’s no such thing as a “slip” or “just one”.
- Why you need to belong to – and actively participate in – a support group.
Go ahead and click that “Buy now” button and you can be on your way to your last quit ever in just minutes.