how I quit smoking: Plan D

You can read my prior post to discover
how greatly I failed with my Plan C.

I was having a real battle with myself.
On one hand, I wanted to smoke. I enjoyed it.
On the other hand, I wanted to quit. It was getting costly.
As much as I hated admitting it,
cigarettes were affecting my health.

It was time to get honest with me.

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I dove deeper into discovering more of who I was.
Putting faith within myself, for quitting cigs.

I have an insatiable desire to discover who I really am.
I have been ‘loving myself’ for a couple of years.

I was still a cigarette smoker, who ‘loved herself’!.? Riiiiight!
That was nonsensical to me.

Would I rake leaves into a pile, set it on fire and purposely inhale the smoke?
No.

Do I really depend on cigarettes to live?
No.

Am I in control of my life?
No.  Apparently not, if I could not quit smoking.

Was I born with a cigarette hanging from my mouth or maybe in my hand?
No.

Was I proud to be a smoker?
No. I felt ashamed. I hated the stale smoke smell and no matter what I did,
it clung to me like stink on doo-doo.

And now I was facing Plan D on how to quit smoking.
I looked back at my other attempts to quit smoking.
I observed how miserably I had failed at each of them.
Plan D, never developed.
I QUIT, quitting.
Gave up.
There is no Plan D!
I failed!
Again!!!!!!!!

Join me next time, for my infamous Plan E to quit cigarettes.
Are you doubting me again?…. Quitting can be hard!
I will get this figured out….. ! 🙂

ren

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Your ‘T-Zone Will Tell You….

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Winston – Salem, N.C.

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “how I quit smoking: Plan D

  1. I used to smoke. Quit years ago. But I only smoked when I was out clubbing. I know very vain of me.

    Look up what Mark Twain says about quitting. Something along the lines of…”it’s easy, I have done it a *hundred* times!”

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    • Smoking and clubbing go together like peas and carrots or rather, fish and water. It is a natural! I fully understand where you are coming from and do not feel it is ‘vain’ at all.

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