Free Help for Smokers to Quit Smoking!
Download a Free and Effective Quit Smoking Technique this National Grandparentsâ€™ Day!
Palm Beach, Fla, September 6, 2005 â€“ Great News - Smoke Free Society, a nonprofit organization solely dedicated to helping smokers quit and educating kids not to start, has made its â€œProven Stop Smoking Techniqueâ€ available online for free download for those smokers who want to quit smoking while bringing more awareness to the hazards of smoking and its toll on our loved onesâ€™ lives. This National Grandparentsâ€™ Day, help your grandparents and loved ones quit smoking for good.
This 56-page self-help and effective technique helps smokers wean themselves off of their cigarettes in just 17 days without the use of any substance or drug. The booklet contains helpful information and many useful tips on what to do before, during and after quitting and stay smoke-free for life. It explains the cost of smoking and its toll on smokersâ€™ lives and their loved ones around them. The technique was developed by Smoke Free Societyâ€™s founder who used it to quit his own 20-year smoking habit.
â€œThis National Grandparentsâ€™ Day, September 11th, I urge everyone to get involved and help their grandparents quit smoking to live longer and healthier lives. We are making our core quit smoking technique available online for free download, to those who are interested in quitting or want to help a loved quit,â€ said Rez Seyedin, founder of Smoke Free Society. â€œIf we care and want a healthier future, we must all work together to help our friends and loved ones quit smoking. Because, when someone quits smoking they not only improve their own life, their secondhand smoke no longer harms and kills their loved ones around them,â€ continued Seyedin.
Tragically, one out of four Americans smokes. That means in a family of four, either the father or mother, or both, are smokers destroying their lives as well as their two childrenâ€™s lives and future. Sadly, an average smoker spends over $1,800 a year on their cigarettes alone, and that doesnâ€™t include all other related costs. A Duke University study puts the true cost of lifetime smoking at $40 a pack â€“ money that could be used to provide food, education, healthcare and wellbeing for their family.
Smoke Free Society also offers many other effective quit smoking plans, tools and solutions that are based on its three-step principle: preparation, quitting and support. For example, its â€œBuddy Systemâ€ pairs up smokers or a smoker with a loved one to help provide the support and encouragement they need to overcome their deadly addiction.
To help your grandparents, yourself or a loved one quit smoking, grandchildren, family and friends are urged to visit its website today at: www.SmokeFreeSociety.org to take advantage of this free download and save their loved ones lives before itâ€™s too late.
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History - The impetus for a National Grandparentsâ€™ Day originated with Marian McQuade, a housewife in Fayette County, West Virginia. Her primary motivation was to champion the cause of lonely elderly in nursing homes. She also hoped to persuade grandchildren to tap the wisdom and heritage their grandparents could provide. In 1978, President Jimmy Carter proclaimed that National Grandparentsâ€™ Day would be celebrated every year on the first Sunday after Labor Day.