Hey, don’t shoot the messenger. I don’t mind what vices you choose to indulge in – that’s between you and the pleasure centres of your brain.
But I have to tell ya – if you vape, people laugh at you behind your back.
I’m serious. With cigarettes, they’d turn their nose up at you. Wrinkle their noses as you walked by. Resist the urge, or give into it, to roll their eyes when you needed to “step outside for a break”.
With vaping, though?
You get all of that, with a few extra points for mockery.
You think smoking is okay now, just because it’s cool again?
Or because it smells nice?
Even though those flavours have all sorts of health problems too?
That’s what people think – you’re some sucker who’s thrilled to ignore medical science if it’s trendy to.
And they think you’re too weak to quit, so you rely on this weird crutch that “isn’t really smoking”, even though it is.
Or how you don’t think for yourself, following every fashion that involves toxifying your body and brain.
Honestly, I don’t think it’s fair. These people spend all day ingesting sugar and unnatural chemicals. Then warp their sense of self with social media and pornography addictions.
Don’t know what to tell you. Those character flaws are “normal”. Yours attracts mockery.
If you don’t like that double standard, you have – as I see it – only one option:
Show you’re stronger than they think. Show you’re stronger than they are, because you face your struggles head on… and beat them.
Honestly, what choice do you have?
And here’s the kicker:
If you download my Breathe Freely program – which makes quitting easy, simple and even a little fun – you get a whole lot more besides.
Like, say, months of mind training. Not like those brain training apps – I’m talking about powerful, real, psychology-fuelled programs for personal growth.
On top of quitting smoking, you can create a healthier, happier mind – one that faster, better and more in your control than you’ve ever enjoyed.
That’s what self development is all about, after all.
Quitting smoking will be like giving yourself a new coat of paint. With everything else, it’s like getting a while new engine.
How far you take it is up to you.
However far that is, make sure it’s out of shouting range of the haters. Flip them off in your rear view mirror if you want. Or maybe, definitely, you’ll be the better person.
If you want (or even need) this in your life, here’s the link: