posted on Mar, 29 2013 @ 10:54 AM
reply to post by theruthlessone
Your mother does not wish to quit smoking! Why do you insist on imposing your wishes on her. Does she not deserve respect from you (and everyone
What if she decides that your favorite food is not good for you and, in fact, it is committing suicide. What if she were to insist you give up your
favorite food? What would God say if you continued to eat this food was no good for you. What if he barred you from heaven for eating it?
What about your favorite sport? Some sports are hazardous and cause injury. As your mother, she has every right to insist that you give it up
immediately. So what if you enjoy it! So what if it has health benefits? Its not up to you to what is best for you. Start an exercise program of
low-risk, low-impact immediately to replace your favorite sport.
What if your mother insists that you stop drinking entirely. Alcohol is a poison, you know and its not good for you. And forget about sugar and
starches, they encourage cancer to grow!
Your body does not belong to you. Since it is taxpayers who must now bear your health care costs, you are accountable to every member of society and
you must let others guide the intimate minutia of your life.
I am sure that, in the end, you will thank your mother.
As for your mother quitting smoking, are you trying to kill her
The majority of all lung cancers occur in ex-smokers!
Overall, 10-15% of lung cancers occur in non-smokers. (Another 50% occur in former smokers.)
Tired of Control Freaks