Welcome to episode #22 of Ask an Ex.
In this episode, Meg Shamon, a truly inspiring person, shares her story of quitting smoking after 40 years with The Cognitive Behavioral Quitting (CBQ) Program over 3 years ago on the 10th of November 2019 – and after trying everything. Most importantly, Meg remained a happy non-smoker despite facing unimaginable difficulties, including being diagnosed with CIDP (Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy).
During our conversation, Meg mentioned a fantastic organization – GBS CIDP Foundation International – that made a huge difference in her life while battling CIPD. You can visit it here: https://www.gbs-cidp.org/
As a symbolic gesture, CBQ was honored to donate to GBS CIDP Foundation International the full amount that Meg paid for The CBQ Program over 3 years ago.
Tune in to watch:
- How to overcome cravings for cigarettes.
- Discover tips for easily adjusting to your morning routine after quitting smoking.
- Find out how to connect with your spouse who still smokes.
- Hear Meg’s story of staying smoke-free while navigating difficult situations.
- What Meg thinks would have happened if she hadn’t quit smoking.
- Meg’s advice on what to tell yourself if you’re struggling or feel unmotivated to quit smoking.
- And much more!!
About Ask An Ex
ASK AN EX is an interview series featuring inspiring ex-smokers who succeeded with the CBQ Method ™ CBQ Method™
And they tell you everything – how they did it, what helped them, what challenged them, their fears, motivations and aspirations.
Because the best person to ask about quitting smoking, is an Ex who’s been exactly where you are right now. Every EX shares their unique perspective and wisdom on quitting smoking (because everyone has a unique mix of background, mindset, and experiences).
And they do it for 1 reason: to help YOU become an EX too.