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Source: New Jersey Quitline
Quitting tobacco is not easy. Most ex-smokers report that it takes several tries to quit for good. Research shows that Quitline users have about a 60% better chance of staying smoke-free than those who try to quit on their own.
Quitlines have helped thousands of smokers become ex-smokers. Throughout America, Quitlines reach about 460,000 tobacco users per year.
NJ Quitline is a free telephone-counseling service for smokers who are ready to stop. Call today and speak with your own quit coach. No matter which quit method you choose the Quitline can more than double your chances for success.
Every smoker thinks about quitting. You probably have at some point, but were afraid, or it wasn’t a good time, or you just weren’t ready. That’s OK and very common.
To help you decide if NOW is the time, take our Quit Quiz:

AM I READY TO TRY AND QUIT?
1. Do I want to quit smoking for myself?
2. Is quitting smoking a #1 priority for me?
3. Have I tried to quit smoking before?
4. Do I believe that smoking is dangerous to my health?
5. Am I committed to trying to quit even though it may be tough at first?
6. Are my family, friends, and co-workers willing to help me quit smoking?
7. Besides health reasons, do I have other personal reasons for quitting smoking?
8. Will I be patient with myself if I backslide?

If you answered “YES” to 4 or more of questions, you are ready to quit smoking. Now is a good time to call the New Jersey Quitline. The NJ Quitline can also refer you to other resources that can help you stay quit, making sure you get the support you need to reach your goal.

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