When suffering is optional, what do you do?

When suffering is optional, what do you do?

Some people sure like to make things harder. Take smoking – there are plenty of well-meaning professionals out there who make a big deal out of quitting.

They write pamphlets saying that nicotine is incredibly addictive.

They inform smokers that quitting is one of the hardest things they’ll ever do.

Oh, but don’t get discouraged. Yes, it’s absurdly challenging, but it’s worth it!


Sure, some people like to suffer. They think that their pain shows they’re serious, or that whatever they’re doing is worthwhile.

I wish those folk well.

But not every improvement comes with sweat, blood and tears. Even if it does, going on about how hard it is only makes it harder.

Especially for something that can be so simple.

Don’t get me wrong – quitting can be a challenge.

So can joining a gym.

Or promising to get less angry.

Or cutting back on dessert.

In fact, quitting smoking is no different from breaking any bad habit.

But wait, you say, nicotine is a drug. Overcoming withdrawal is tougher than breaking a habit.

That may be so, but consider this:

It only takes a day after your last smoke for nicotine to flush from your system. That’s how long your withdrawals last – and you can tough it out for a day.

Within a few days, any cravings you experience aren’t chemical – they’re you.

And that’s good news.

You can shred any habit when you apply yourself right. That’s just one little change. Compared to the millions of changes you’ve endured to get here, that’s nothing.

When you bring your full self to quitting, cravings and withdrawals can’t touch you.

This is why hypnosis is such a popular and effective treatment for former smokers. It doesn’t alter your nicotine levels because it doesn’t have to. It bolsters the rest of you so that breaking the habit is simple.

Hypnosis takes you from where you are now into something stronger. Someone strong enough to quit easily.

And if you want the power of hypnosis in the convenience of your home, then listen up. My Breathe Freely program has the full power of a hypnotist right at your fingertips.

Will it definitely help you quit?

No – it’s still up to you whether you want to quit or not.

I can’t make that choice for you.

Even so, it comes with a money back guarantee. If it doesn’t work for you, you lose nothing.

And how much can you gain, I wonder?


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