You’ve seen it: A cigarette dangling from a lady’s slender fingers, as the smoke spirals up above her head; these images have a seductive pull to them, but they are deadly. I love a lot of people who smoke, but I hate what that nicotine-filled smoke does to them. Smoking killed my brother-in-law.
My brother-in-law, Don, created intricate, graceful pieces of furniture for people who desired custom-built furniture. His creativity came out through creating his fine furniture, drawing, and what he talked about.
Help can be found through considering these options:
You need support from people to help you quit smoking! The addiction comes from some deeper hurt or stress and the cigarettes are something that brings you calm.
There’s a 12-step group called Narcotics Anonymous that can help you work through the deeper issues that drive you to smoke. Find out more at www.na.org.
Pray. Ask God to help you quit. He’s a gentleman, so he waits to be asked, but if you ask, he will help you.
Choose to stop and go for it. Don stopped, and you can too.