Everyone has their own terms whether it be ex-smoker or non-smoker. Red has a valid point in that we want the mentality of a non-smoker to accept this journey fully and to put all desire to smoke put to bed. Although others have achieved their dreams of "choosing not to smoke, they still continue to believe that they enjoyed it and even described it as a good thing. That must be a continual stress to keep the commitment of not smoking.
Non-smokers , real ones, never smokers, never had that stress because they never smoked. As smokers thinking as non-smokers, we too can leave behind all desire for smoking with the acceptance of the truth...that smoking never did us one bit of good, gave us nothing and it in fact did the opposite of what we (with the help of society, advertising and with repeated lies from smokers themselves) believed it to do for us.
It is actually the cause of our stress, boredom, anxiety, lack of concentration, relaxation. How many money problems or health issue could have been avoided? Nicotine is a stimulant , not a relaxant, our blood pressure rises. If we can't feed our addiction we get stressed. We would not have that stress if we did not have that addiction. We could concentrate fully without having to break for the constant nagging of nicotine. Lack of oxygen and fear of having to go a time without feeding the monster gave us less desire to pursue other enjoyment and socializing in life. Even shame when smoking fell out of grace, It stole our innocence, self worth, confidence and ability to even protect ourselves from harm. We brainwashed ourselves to cover our stupidily. The only time smoking really feels good is to relieve the craving. Even cravings are not what we have come to believe. Mere thoughts the nicotine monster sends to remind us to feed him.
Learn the truth about nicotine and you. Starve the nico monster.Believe the truth, believe in yourself and Believe you can be free.The Battle really is won in the mind!
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