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If at first you don’t succeed,
it’s time to try quitting again
So, you tried to quit smoking and didn’t succeed. Don’t feel badly. It takes most people several tries before they can quit for good. The important thing is to keep trying because with each attempt, you learn a little more about what works and doesn’t work for you. We applaud you for going out of your comfort zone and attempting one of the most difficult things in life. And even if your quit attempt only lasted a few days, you’re one step closer to quitting for good. We encourage you to make a plan, talk to your doctor about how to quit smoking and seek support and resources through the American Lung Association Freedom From Smoking® Online program and Freedom From Smoking® Lung Helpline (1-800-LUNG-USA).
The American Lung Association and WellPoint support the quitter in you, and we’re here for you every step of the way. The important thing is to keep trying to quit, until you quit for good.