Quit smoking with someone you love.

Quit smoking with someone you love

Valentine’s Day is this week and it has many couples looking for the most romantic ways to show their loved ones how important and appreciated they are.  If you’ve been quitting smoking and have a devoted significant other, consider asking them to become your quit buddy this Monday.  It’s not only easier to quit with a partner, but it’s a great way to show your partner how much you value their support!

While it may not seem like the most romantic request, bringing your significant other (or any loved one) into your quit journey has many advantages.  One study said that 80 percent of smokers cited support from family and friends as “very important.”  Couples can make great teams and help each other weather a variety of storms both big and small.  Enlisting your partner to help you quit smoking means that someone is there to keep you accountable and motivated while lending a helping hand.  You don’t have to quit all by yourself, and having a great partner will be an advantage.

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