There are many support groups that are formed to help those in need of such group reinforcement to kick the smoking habit. These groups are usually experienced in handling all the various aspects that the individual would eventually encounter through the process of trying to kick the habit.
The support given could range anywhere from simple being there to listen to helping the individual through the craving and severe withdrawal symptoms when attacked.
Most people find that the support given is very helpful as it comes from people who have been through the same experience and have come out of it successfully.
This is certainly better than having to listen to people who have never been through the same challenge, thus are not really able to relate to the situation in a primal manner.
The members of the group are usually more than willing to reach out to each other and provide the much needed support at the time it is most desperately needed.
The platform facilitated to be able to talk about the problem openly without the pressure of having to endure unnecessary criticism and accusations, allows those seeking conform and strength to kick the habit to find it here.
Being able to talk about the struggles and very real feelings is a very powerful tool to help get the individual through the initial stages of attempting to kick the habit. The information extended within the group sessions can also be rather invaluable to the participants.