I am trying to quit I know it is bad for you but I am trying very hard If any smokers on hear have any tips please help I am trying I do enjoy a smoke but I need to quit
I am praying for you. Perhaps try reading the bible whenever you get a craving? Or find someone else trying to quit for close-to-home support?I am trying to quit I know it is bad for you but I am trying very hard If any smokers on hear have any tips please help I am trying I do enjoy a smoke but I need to quit
Disneyfan 30, Trust in the Lord that he will help you, and don't be hard on yourself you'll get there!I am trying to quit I know it is bad for you but I am trying very hard If any smokers on hear have any tips please help I am trying I do enjoy a smoke but I need to quit
That's alright. I started back smoking after 4 years due to massive weight gain. I told my doctor is rather die from lung cancer than obesity & have to be buried in a piano case. I've lost 58 pounds already. I guess its pick your poison. Ill quit again, but I have to figure out how not to eat the entire refrigerator.Sorry I don't mean to single u out Lord knows but your advice has been the best and I am quite desperate with this have u actually managed to quit smoking I would to know how. Someone else who is trying to quit goes
I had my first cigarette at age 8 and my last at age 62; it was the last and the hardest of the addictions that the Lord delivered me from.
A few suggestion that may help.
Set a target date to quit somewhere between 2 weeks and a month ahead, and start eliminating cigs during the day. This detoxing will help the withdrawals be less, and help reduce the need for nicotine patches and lozenges. After all the idea is to remove it from our lives, not use an alternative method of ingestion.
Become aware when the smoking habit, when you are most likely to smoke (ie.. on the phone.. with coffee.. etc) and plan an alternative for those times. hard candies and life savers help.
make a list of the reasons you need and want to quit and keep it with you; read it when the urge hits. You can also add what you will do with the money saved from not buying cigs...( a pack a day habit could make a car payment... 2 packs a day could pay a mortgage..)
And at all times remember that God is in charge. start each day in the askance of His Mercy and Grace... and end it with the gratitude for receiving it. We have a daily reprieve, we receive Grace sufficient for the day; we do not live today on yesterdays askance.
I will be praying for your success