Holiday Triggers and Seasonal Temptations
Smoking Cessation Holiday Help
For those of us who are working our way through smoking cessation, the holidays can be a minefield of triggers that can lead us back to smoking if we're not careful. With a bit of knowledge about the challenges we might encounter, we can develop strategies to navigate this special time of year smoke-free. Remember...recovery from nicotine...
Your First Smoke Free Holiday Season
Holiday stress and fatigue can be a challenge those of us who have just quit smoking. Learn what you can do to manage holiday stress and sail through your holidays smoke free.
20 Tips to Help You Cope With Holiday Stress Smoke Free
The holiday season is stressful for most of us. When we're tired and run down, cravings to smoke will seem stronger while we feel less able to manage them. Use these tips to stay smoke free as you move through the holiday season.
Holiday Parties : How to Manage Them Smoke Free
I quit smoking a month ago. I'll be going to a couple of holiday parties this month where there will be alcohol and I'm scared to death that I'll smoke. What can I do to make sure I don't end up smoking at the parties I attend this year?
Smoking Cessation and the Holiday Blues
If you get the holiday blues, you're not alone. Many of us experience unhappy emotions and associations this time of year, and those feelings may in turn trigger the urge to smoke.
Minimizing Holiday Weight Gain
Weight gain during the holidays is a common problem, but for those of us who are going through our first smoke-free year, holiday indulgences can put our quit programs at risk.
New Year's Resolution #1: Quit Smoking!!
Make this the year you put Quit Smoking on your list of resolutions for the very last time. This article provides hints on how to build the quit program that will last you a lifetime.
Making Your New Years Resolutions a Reality
Most of us make New Years resolutions with the best of intentions, only to find resolve lagging within weeks. Learn how to set goals and follow through to making lasting changes to your life.
Holiday Depression and Smoking
From About.com Smoking Cessation Forum Moderator, Gaylene: "This is the time of year when we go through so many upheavels from our normal schedules. Our emotions are more in evidence."