If you want to quit smoking Weed then the first thing your going to need is an action plan, well, actually the first thing your going to need is a pen and paper, then we can go to the next step.
Fairly self explanatory, the action plan simply explains what your intentions are over a period of time. It is much better to write your plan rather than just thinking about what you want to do gras online kaufen . You see, not having an action plan is like going on a long journey without a map, you know where you want to go but it’s easy to drift off course or end up in the wrong place altogether. If you have never written an action plan then you may have found one of or the key reasons you haven’t quit yet.
Start by drawing a line down the centre of the page and write ‘reasons to smoke Weed’ above the left column and ‘reasons to quit Weed’ as the title of the right column.
It might be cravings or you might think that smoking makes you happy, whatever your reasons are write them down. Ask yourself the question why am I still smoking Weed?’ Then simply wait for an answer. This is the best way to get the truth, instead of an excuse which we are all guilty of doing sometimes.
In the next column write down all your reasons to quit. These could be more confidence, more time, more money or it could be a hobby that you want to start. Whatever it is that you want to be able to do or have when you quit smoking weed, write it down. You can also write anything you don’t want, for example I said ‘I don’t want to waste my life, I don’t like being lazy’ and ‘I don’t want to live like this anymore.’ Write at least twenty reasons to quit smoking Weed.
Next, imagine what it would be like to quit and achieve all the things in your reasons to quit column. Close your eyes and vividly imagine it. Take a few minutes to do this.
How much motivation do you have now?
My name is Steven Knightley and I smoked Weed heavily for six years. I know just how badly it can effect people and wish to help as many people quit smoking Weed as I can. I studied everything I could find to help me quit and now I’d like to teach you everything I have learned in that time-in the most concise form possible.