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kumarraj shaktiits really tough

I am trying nicotine tablets and led smokes as seen in movie tourist(johny depp).So far very little success. 2 years ago


kumarraj shakti 2 years ago


shanehayesdesignerThe struggle with societal pressure...

I’ve been smoking since I was 17—mostly because most of my friends were smokers and I felt like I fit in better. For awhile, smoking fit my image of being a young, rebellious rock musician; where I live, all musicians smoke and drink (a lot).

I’ll be 33 in a couple of months, and while I’ve weaned my habit down to just a couple of cigarettes a day, I really want to make that next step and quit completely. Smoking just a couple of cigarettes a day makes me lethargic, irritates my stomach and makes my girlfriend really grumpy :o(

The problem with smoking is that it’s a social habit for me. I smoke because my friends do it—it’s become associated with my social group, mostly artists, musicians, actors and other creative types. That makes it extraordinarily difficult to put them down permanently, even though I know in the back of my mind it’s terrible for my health.

Please note, my friends aren’t encouraging it—every time I try to quit, they are very supportive…I just keep putting myself in situations where I’m susceptible to temptation.

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