Can we help a person quit when they are pretty sure they don't want to quit?

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Thanks Joel.
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For Don'tSmoke/MaryAnne
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17 Nov 2004, 20:51 #63

For the man quoted in the newspaper article in the 4th post of the string A welcome to all Great American SmokeOut visitors.
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05 Jan 2005, 20:13 #66

for Brian
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05 Feb 2005, 23:55 #67

I see we have a number of people who have smoking spouses, and the odds are great that most of our members still have some smoking family members, friends or coworkers. While your quit is for you and you are the primary benefactor--your quit may be influencing others. This article can help you not take your experience for granted--on what to share with people who may turn to you for help at some point. Continue to prove to yourself that there is life after smoking--and recognize that you are proving to others too that they may be able to get this life too if they just understand the importance of knowing to never take another puff! Joel
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09 Jul 2005, 21:40 #75

I see we have a number of people who have smoking spouses, and the odds are great that most of our members still have some smoking family members, friends or coworkers. While your quit is for you and you are the primary benefactor--your quit may be influencing others. This article can help you not take your experience for granted--on what to share with people who may turn to you for help at some point. Continue to prove to yourself that there is life after smoking--and recognize that you are proving to others too that they may be able to get this life too if they just understand the importance of knowing to never take another puff! Joel
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