One of the best things you can do is reach out to your loved ones and let them know you want them to be around for a long, long time.
Inspiration to stop smoking comes from many different sources - from declining health, embarrassment and shame, the desire to spend more time with your children and grandchildren to pig-headed determination.
Every year on January 1, most of America commits to a resolution of some kind. Check out this interview with David "the quitter" Ross of I Finally Quit to find out how to leave "bad" habits in the past.
The new year is coming. What better way to start the year than being smoke free, breathing better and having better health overall?
The end of the year can be one of the most stressful times for people struggling with an addiction like quitting smoking.
This post lists organizations you may find helpful in your quitting smoking journey.
We all have our own "demons" and they all come in different shapes and sizes. Can quitting make you a better person by ridding yourself of these "demons"?
This is an incredibly candid one minute with a 75-year-old ex-smoker.
Everyone has something they want to quit or need to quit or something that someone else would want them to quit.
It may not take 21 days to break a habit after all. What does it really take then?