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quit

To exit the current program.
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My Life, My Quit provides youth access to tailored resources for quitting, including: Free and confidential help from a quit coach specially trained to listen to teens, help teens navigate social situations that involve tobacco or vaping, and find healthy ways to cope with stress.
She agreed that when it comes to quitting smoking, multiple tries are often needed, but practice makes perfect.
Quitting smoking weed can prove to be a difficult task, especially for heavy users.
Dr Rimjhim Saran Bhatnagar, Consultant Dental Surgeon & Oral Oncologist, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research explains that quitting is not a one day task, but it has to be altered considering one's habits and needs.
Does quitting smoking seem daunting or overwhelming?
John Spangler, M.D., a professor of family medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, North Carolina said that quitting smoking was difficult, and for some people it was extremely difficult.
If your dad smokes, show him your love by supporting him in quitting smoking.
While enjoying nature in chilly weather, I was able to reflect on the principles of quitting and letting go by just looking at my colleagues' experiences during the Pulag hike.
The campaign frames each quit attempt as a positive step forward, with messages such as "You didn't fail at quitting. You just haven't finished the process."
Running the marathon was a life lesson in NOT QUITTING, and I have never forgotten it.
Smoking cessation techniques are not routinely taught in nursing schools and counseling on quitting smoking is spotty in U.S.
And when dad-of-two Craig Hannan posted on Facebook about quitting, he was inundated with messages of support on Facebook.