By the way, these are some solutions, not steps. First: surround yourself with friends who you know will help you stop. Second: TELL YOUR PARENTS!!!! Don't worry about how mad they will get at you! They can find out now and fix it or find out ten years later when you're dead and... can't fix it. Third: a school counselor or teacher almost always helps.
Just think about what you are doing. Smoking can decrease your time of living by 30-60 seconds. My teacher had the same problem, She couldn't stop smoking either. Until she actually thought what would happen to her if she kept smoking. I know it's hard, You'll start to throw up a lot. But let it go though your head. Would you want to be a drug addict when you get older? No friends? Homeless? What will you do for your family?
Smells good hangin in the barn but ive never tryed a cigerette and dont plan on it at this point you dont have a chemical addiction yet try chewing gum it replaces the oral fixation that you get from cigerettes
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There are various aids available to help you bolster your will to quit. Most important is the help that God can give. After discussing the wonderful blessing one can receive from serving God the apostle Paul wrote: "Therefore, since we have these promises, beloved ones, let us cleanse ourselves of every defilement of flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in God's fear." (2 Corinthians 7:1) That smoking is a unclean habit is nothing new. The director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO) stated: "A cigarette is... a cleverly crafted product that delivers just the right amount of nicotine to keep its user addicted for life before killing the person." Smoking therefore makes it impossible for a Christian to present to God his body in a way that is acceptable. Therein is the primary motivation to quit smoking if one wants to please God. Bill, formerly a bearded, long-haired artist, studied the Bible with Jehovah's Witnesses had this to say: "I decided I wanted to please God and serve him with a clean body and mind. I quit cold turkey. No gradual withdrawal. On January 1, 1975, I took my last drag on a cigarette and then threw away the cigarette pack."