I want to quit...
October 7, 2007 4:37pm CST
Within the past few weeks me and my partner took in 2 lodgers to help pay the bills for our first rented property. Things started to go terribly wrong as I do not think we were personalities that suited well. The 2 lodgers arranged to move out and then me and my partner found ourselves in an extremely difficult position within our already struggling relationship. So I asked her to leave. Now, I am in this house on my own and learning to budget my money. Giving up smoking is a priority but I find it so difficult. I can't even get out of bed in the morning without smoking. I can't even forget I haven't had a cigarette because my mouth feels strange if I don't smoke before brushing my teeth. Should I force myself to skip that cig, I have a nasty taste in my mouth until I give in. I'm thinking of going to a pharmacy and asking for their help, getting the relevant medical support at presciption prices, but fear that if I fail on these, would end up spending more money that I originally was, trying to support my addiction as well as conquer it. I was thinkin patches may be the best thing for me, as I don't chew gum anyway and hate anything rubbery in my mouth. At least that way (I'm hoping) I can try and convince myself I don't need a cig because I'm already getting the dosage of nicotine I need. Anyone been through this want to give some advice to me?Thanks
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7 Oct 07
The main thing here is to increase your income rather than thinking for combating your habitual smoking. Combating your smoking do hurts you on financial as well. I don't believe that you wanted to quit smoking as it is not your main concern on that actually. You know why, smoking habit can easily done by using your mind focusing, don't even think at it. It will definitely put on halt and just take bitter veggies, the taste sense and nerves on your tongue will wash out the nicotine taste.