One night to go and it’s Thanksgiving day – one of our most awaited days! This is the day when we all stop working for a while to meet our closest friends, family and relatives who we don’t always have the time to spend with. It’s the day when we put out the special recipes that had been passed by our great grandmothers to other grandmas. Everyone’s excited about this special day. The food, the laughter, and the love – we all get to share them on this glorious time of the year.
But if you’re a smoker who’s trying to quit, the Thanksgiving Day may not be easy to deal with. Sure there will be a few days of feasts and beers. And what could be a better pair for beer than cigarettes? It is most likely that some of your friends and relatives are smokers. And when you see them lighting up while exchanging stories, you are going to experience an intense craving. You might think that lighting up just once is not bad. But one cigarette can lead to two, three, and four. And the habit may continue even after Thanksgiving. Before you know it, you have just gone through a relapse!
Don’t worry, there are plenty of things you can do to suppress cigarette craving during this special occasion.