Sunday, March 22, 2009

I quit smoking

I need prayers to have the strength to stop this foolish habit. I have very bad asthma, and my smoking habit is just making it worse. Last night as I set in the living room watching standup on the TV with my dear Hubby, I realized just what a hard time breathing I was having, and how foolish it was of me to continue smoking my cancer sticks just trying to kill myself a little sooner than what God intended. So this morning, I put them down. Now I have only been awake for an hour, and so far no smoke, but I am sure craving them, so please if you have a second, just ask God to help me kick this awful habit before it kills me.


  1. I am praying for you and I know you can do it!

  2. I just said one for you right now, and I will definitely keep you in my prayers over this...

  3. It is wonderful to hear that you are taking a positive step towards getting rid of a bad habit.

    Quit smoking is not going to be easy. You should never do it alone. Tell as many people as possible about your intentions especially all your loved ones and those closest to you.

    Most importantly is to keep busy.

    Remember that smoking does not only affect you but also those who are closest to you.

    Join me and other readers at our Healthy Times Magazine Quit Smoking Campaign

    Victoria Ramirez
    Healthy Times Magazine Anti-Smoking Resource Page

  4. Hang in there you can do it. i quit when I got pregnant with my first son and I ate alot of carrots. My sister in law just quit and she ate alot of twizzlers. It also helps to get into a project that distracts you but doesn't irritate. I know you can do it and you will feel so much better. Keep up the great work. Angie

  5. I, too, join everyone in holding you up in this incredible challenge. Please don't give up. You ARE going to do this! You might "fall off the wagon" a few times, but by this summer you'll have it licked (might still crave, but that'll go away in a while).