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|Posted: Tue Jan 25, 2022 4:24 pm Post subject: Which Habit Do You Want To Be a Slave To?
|Most smokers who want to quit acknowledge that they are a slave to their cigarette habit.
The rest either don't want to quit or are in denial. Recently I asked a potential quit client what would happen if she didn't have any cigarettes in the middle of the night.
She immediately said she would drive around until she could find a service station open.
Talk about a slave to her habit!
I rephrased the question, what I meant was what would happen to her if she didn't have any smokes, and couldn't get any.
She paused for a moment and said, "Nothing would happen" I said "that's right"
Your head won't explode, your limbs won't fall off and you won't have a nervous breakdown.
She may feel a little anxious, but I promised her I would show her how to prevent that from happening.
Yet in her life she had made a lonely late drive many times to buy cigarettes. She was truly a slave.
Paying over $30 for a packet of smokes is slavery.
Standing in the drizzling rain outside of a restaurant or movie theatre is slavery.
Missing time with family and friends to smoke is slavery.
Smoking when you are already unwell is slavery.
The list could go on and on. I wonder what smoking habits are enslaving you, and how much you want to set yourself free.
So if are going to be a slave to a habit in your life, why not be a slave to being a healthy no-smoker?
Make breathing fresh air your new habit and defend this habit with your life. Sounds dramatic doesn't it? Maybe so, but I've walked the corridors of cancer wards too many times, and for me are the scenes which unfold every day.
Distressed families, quiet rides in the elevators as people are lost in their thoughts, skeletal figures shuffling down the corridors or being wheeled in the chairs.
This is the true drama, and olathe vape shop this is the result of slavery to cigarettes, this is the reality for so many people every year, whether you like it or not, or whether you accept it or not.
A habit is just a habit, it's not a rule cast in stone, it is something that can be changed, and hypnosis is the most straight forward way to quit one habit and start a new healthy one in its place.