Someone asked what was our excuse for continuing smoking if we knew it was bad for us?

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Aug 28, 2012

The Answer?

We didn't know there was no excuse. If you never choose to quit, how would you know if you could do it or not?

maybe the seeds planted in our heads as children.

As a child. I was told it was difficult to quit smoking by people who weren't even smokers. That "difficulty in quitting thought" possibly became an accepted rule of thumb for generations because of this conveyance of  "empathy/understanding/kindness" by a mother to her children.

Well, we now know better. A lot more study has been done. A lot more progress. A lot more knowledge.

And alot more people having success at quitting because so many others have done it.

We aren't equipped here to handle every other problem individuals may have.

We are here to help you quit smoking.

We know how and we are just passing it on because we appreciate those who went before us.

The only way to remain smoke free is not to smoke. This is not judgement, this is a fact.