November 28, 2021

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How to Deal with Anger & Irritation when Quitting Smoking

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Do you become angry and irritable when quitting smoking, and you hate that?

Are you worried that quitting smoking will make you lash out at your friends, colleagues, and loves ones or even that it may change you?

And do you feel smoking is the only thing that helps you control your anger at times?

In this video, I show you why we feel angry and irritated after quitting smoking.

And 3 ways to deal with anger and irritation so that you won’t feel unhappy.


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About the CBQ Method™

The CBQ Method™, is a psychology based 4-stage method that removes your desire to smoke.

CBQ’s 4 quit smoking stages retrain your mind and body so that you can feel better without nicotine.

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Resources and Links Related to/Mentioned in this Video

“CBQ Method Foundational Video”

“How to Manage Your Emotions Without Smoking”

“Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms: Timeline and Coping Skills”

“How to Overcome a Craving in 4 Steps – Craving Technique from the CBQ Method”

“Nicotine and Anxiety: Why Do You Feel Relaxed After Smoking?”

“CBQ Method Stage 3: Change Your Smoking Pattern”

“Should You Avoid Your Smoking Triggers? – And How to Crush Them with The CBQ Method”

About Nasia Davos & CBQ Method
Our mission is to help all smokers become happy non-smokers.

Nasia Davos (MBPsS, IPPA, BSc, MA) used to smoke, and she tried every method available, but nothing worked for her. That’s why she created the CBQ Method™.

Nasia is an author, TEDx speaker, Licensed Master NLP Practitioner with a BSc in Psychology and an MA in Psychoanalysis. She is a Certified NLP Life Coach, Smoking Cessation Practitioner Certified by NSCST, graduate member of the British Psychological Society, and member of the Red Cross. Her extensive research on smoking cessation formed the CBQ Method that has helped thousands of smokers become happy non-smokers.

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11 thoughts on “How to Deal with Anger & Irritation when Quitting Smoking

  1. Nasia is an amazing woman she literally got me to stop feeling cravings first day of listening to her, amazing knowledge right here I hope her company grows exponentially

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  3. I quit over 3 months ago with Champix. You have never experienced real anger until 3 months of these little horrors. I was trembling with rage until I went weak at the knees. There was no controlling it. I was possessed.
    Lucky they took them off the market mid course and the rage disappeared within a week. Unfortunately the withdrawal kicked in and I had to just go cold turkey.

  4. I am a month in,. With the money saved buy them a present/flowers/etc and apologies. Everyday if need be. it will get easier and after a while your wonder what was the fuss about, i smoked for 35 years and in one month I changed my life….I listened to this lady, before I went to bed and first thing in the morning probably for 2 months. She makes sense

  5. I've been both cigarette and nicotine free for two weeks.
    I have actually had dreams lighting them up and can smell when others light up before I see the person.
    I winged myself of of nicotine over a period of 2 months by writing down every time I light up. Then started trying to lower the number of times I smoke gradually. While yes it's still tempting.. at least for me; knowing how much time I spent quiting and being successful makes me not want to go through that again.

    As far as dealing with anger.. I've always had anger problems. Quitting seems to made me feel more strict. My routine of "coffee and a cigarette" in the morning is probably the hardest to get past.

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