Comic Essay #2: Quitting Smoking Part 1
Research shows how wrong we are with our assumptions
First of all, here’s wishing you all a very HOPEFUL NEW YEAR🤘🏼🙏🏼!
Most smokers try to quit around New Year’s Eve. But they need more support than you think. Here’s our comic essay summarizing a wonderful research paper by J. R. Hughes, which sheds light on key issues regarding smoker’s cessation.
Please share it with friends who are struggling to quit.
These images might empathize with what they are going through - a quality extremely helpful during the early days of smoker cessation.
Citation: Hughes, J. R. (2003). Motivating and helping smokers to stop smoking. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 18(12), 1053–1057. DOI:10.1111/j.1525-1497.2003.20640.x
Am I worthy of your support?
If not🧐, please email me and let me know? I’d love your feedback. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If I am worthy🥳, help me out with some coffee. It helps me concentrate 😊
This comic essay is in no way approved or affiliated with the author of the research paper. The images are used as artistic interpretation to understand the research paper. To get factual data, please read the actual research paper. We do not assume any responsibility for any loss or damage that may have occurred due to this comic essay.