- Giving up is as easy as not smoking next one, so what keeps you going?
- You want to stop, and yet you light up again and again. Why?
- It's an addiction. But is it really? How come some people beat it easily?
- Does stopping really outweigh the benefits?
- Do you really know what you want?
- Do you live according to your own values?
- Can you accept living a life which runs counter to what you really want?
Far from being radically for or against smoking, I believe in the choice to live one's life as one wishes (same for booze, sex, drugs etc.).
The only thing I care about is whether one lives up to one's own expectations and one whether one also respects other people's choices.
Call me naive (I'm learning fast!).
What really prevents you from quitting?