Yes you can put out your last cigarette and this wonderful film and Dianne will show you how. Follow her as she puts out her last cigarette and fights for her freedom from a nicotine addiction.
This fun film shows a potential quitter what to expect when they quit smoking. You'll learn to recognize the triggers that can defeat you and where to get help and support.
Experts and former smokers tell what to expect when you quit.
You get practical advice that will help ease the transition to becoming a non-smoker. You gain tips, such as avoiding the 4 D's and how to use the rule of H.A.L.T. to increase your odds of success.
This program is also helpful to teach friends and family how to help and what to expect when a family member quits smoking. It helps them see what an emotional roller coaster everyone goes through when they stop smoking.
This is the most popular film ever made to help someone quit smoking.
"You have done an excellent job in presenting the many facets of a complicated activity both clearly and concisely. It is the best smoking cessation video I have seen yet. It demonstrates motivation and method tempered with human compassion for those addicted to nicotine."
Judy Byers, RCP, Rogue Valley Medical Center
This well-produced documentary provides practical steps for successfully kicking the habit. Kickin' Butts is fairly comprehensive both in its subject coverage (such as the use of nicotine patches and hooking up with support groups) and in its commentary from professionals... this fine, practical production is strongly recommended. Video Librarian
As a medical professional, I would quickly recommend distributing this video to patients trying to quit smoking. The video shows the average struggles involved in quitting smoking without the repetitive "it's bad to smoke" jargon... (your) video is a learning tool for smokers who want to see what the quitting experience is like, and learn that the average person can succeed with determination and desire. I am keeping copies available to my patients to help them with this very difficult life-saving decision. I urge you to do the same.
Robert Grimm, R.Ph.