posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 04:27 PM
Originally posted by jd140
reply to post by Greenize
Thats the type of person I was referring to as anti smoking nazis.
Beware the holier than thou syndrome.
Yes. The worst thing about anti smoking campaign is that it became anti smokers campaign.
It is a typical NWO fascist-Nazi preparation for much worse treatment of people to come...
Now, about quitting smoking. I, who smoke for 40 years now, and am about to quit, did quit once for 3 years.
That time I just said I'll quit and didn't give it a thought, as if I wasn't going to smoke a cigarette again in my life. It worked until the
moment I spontaneously started to smoke again. That was a stupid mistake, but I must say that cigarettes 20 years ago were much better quality than
what they sell us today, which is pure crap for choking people to death. I started to smoke when I was a kid because cigarettes did have a good smell
and they didn't stink.
A couple of years I started to smoke 1 cig per hour, and did it for half a year. That means 13-14 cigarettes per day, I could breathe again (normally
I smoke 2 packs per day, which is too much).
The key thing really is that your decision must be like in my first case - make it so that you never give it a thought. It has to be put behind and
not reflected upon.
I will now apply this 1 cig per hour method for a couple a days because I know it is dangerous to produce such a shock, the stress may cause some
nasty physiological reactions.
After that, I'm just gonna put it behind and behave as if I never smoked. I've done this with other things which needed to be put behind and I know
that is the most efficient way. It's all about determination and not about democratic internal dialogue with many pros and cons, which in the end
ruin the decision and put cigarette again into your mouth.
Good luck to everyone, tomorrow's gonna be a black Friday for smokes