Positive Affirmation – Quitting Cigarettes
“I am free of cigarettes because I have experienced the joy of lighting up during many different activities and now I realize that it’s not for me. Smoking cigarettes kill my lungs and I prefer to breath peacefully instead. Cigarettes increase my chances of developing lung, bladder and pancreatic cancer and also make me cough like a mule. Cigarettes make me reek like an old chimney and make my fingers look disgusting. They enslave me by causing me to smoke whenever I get a break or experience an unpleasant emotion. Cigarettes are the most addicting substance known to mankind and I refuse to further engage with this evil drug. I cherish my mind, body and soul and cigarettes are no longer a part of my life. I am free of cigarettes and proud of it!
People start smoking cigarettes to look cool and fit in, but I am cool without them. I don’t need cigarettes to make friends. I make friends without cigarettes through my personality alone. Who needs cigarettes to enhance their personality? It’s only a facade. My personality shines without cigarettes and people appreciate me for who I am. While it may be fun to smoke with others, I am destroying my health and creating a monster of an addiction. Why become addicted to something for the sake of fitting in? Even if I fit in, I may never talk to these kids ever again.
Smoking Cigarettes is a Waste of Life
I cherish my life and don’t want to erase precious minutes by inhaling poison. This poison makes me feel better in the moment, but it will make me feel worse in the future. Cigarettes do not bring me happiness. I prefer to not smoke anything and just be natural, finding happiness through exercise, learning and spending time with friends and family. What do I gain from smoking? I want to live a long and prosperous life and feel healthy in the present and future. I can’t even exercise properly when I smoke; becoming out of breath like an exhausted dog is a terrible feeling. No, that’s not for me. Smoking cigarettes is a waste of life.”
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