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When you're smoking and you think you might be addicted, you may start a conversation about your addiction. Your addiction is very real, and you need to get help right away. It can help to talk about your past with your parents. Some people may feel uncomfortable doing this, but if you're in good company it can be a good idea. This may seem like a very intrusive subject, but it will help you find the words that will help you quit. If you've been smoking for a long time, you may want to talk to a family member who is close to you about your addiction. This person may help you better understand what's happening to you. You need to know who your family members are, and if you haven't heard of them, start with them. The more family members you have who will talk to you about the problem, the more likely you are to quit. How to find a smoking cessation program for you There are hundreds of smoking cessation programs out there, and a good program will have different types of meetings. Some might have weekly meetings, some might have weekly group meetings, and other might have monthly meetings.