Many teenagers start smoking, because they want to be like their friends, and they may have a low self-esteem. At this age, smoking may get them accepted into the “in crowd,” and help them make friends. Some teenagers start smoking just to experience what smoking is all about or how it may make them feel in doing so. Then as time goes on and we are starting to become adults only then do we realize what could happen to us from smoking.
As an adult, we start to realize that keeping up with the cost of smoking is starting to have an effect on our income with the constant increase in prices, which would be enough for anyone to have a heart attack. To kick this bad habit follow these steps The first step, supervision the bad habit and realize the negative effects of it then intention to change it by a good habit which will make you more proud about yourself.
The second step, make sure to get some help it will be useful if you inform your family and friends about making a bid changing so they can cheer you up and give all the support you need, also the you see if your keep doing the bad habit so they would tell you to keep practicing not to do it. The third step, establish clear, realistic sub-goals and timeline. Sure it’s not easy to kick a bad habit; if it was simply we wouldn’t have a bad habit.
For example, if you are smoking 10 cigarretes per day and the mission is to cut down to one per day, give yourself a few weeks or specifically 30 days to achieve this. Finally the fourth step reward yourself, it’s the most fundamental law in all psychology, and let your family and friends to reward your success too of kicking the bad habit and achieving 30 days of maintaining a target.