Do remind your loved one that they didn’t fail – they are learning how to quit – and you’re going to be there for them the next time and as many times as it takes. Don’t say, “If you try again...” Say, “When you try again...” Studies show that most people who don’t succeed in quitting are ready to try again in the near future. Things a person learns from a failed attempt to quit may help them quit for good next time.It takes time and skills to learn to be a non-smoker.
Be sure the quitter knows that you care about them whether or not they smoke.
Do your best to follow as many of these as you can.
The points which follow are advocated by most of today's credible quit-smoking products and programs.
While chat rooms for kids present themselves as safe places for kids to connect, are they safe?
While you want your child to use the Internet to take advantage of all the useful information on it, you also want to avoid inherent dangers. So the most important thing you can do is to supervise children while they are online, reports the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
Research shows that most people try to quit smoking several times before they succeed.