Ich hoffe mal, dass das tatsächlich stimmt:
"…British researchers found that those smokers who spontaneously quit were much more likely to not resume smoking than those who planned a "quit strategy" long in advance. (…) "This goes very much against received wisdom which says that people usually plan their quit attempts and that planning is important for success." (…) In fact, the odds of successfully quitting were 2.6 times higher in unplanned attempts than in planned attempts, the researchers found.
Stopping smoking suddenly may reflect a more complete intellectual switch — the kind of shift that can turn a smoker into a nonsmoker, West said. "The triggers that cause this kind of shift can be very small — having a cold, something someone says, or even a storm outside when one’s run out of cigarettes."