Quit Smoking Quotes

Quotes tagged as "quit-smoking" (showing 1-30 of 33)
David Lynch
“I quit smoking in December. I’m really depressed about it. I love smoking, I love fire, I miss lighting cigarettes. I like the whole thing about it, to me it turns into the artist’s life, and now people like Bloomberg have made animals out of smokers, and they think that if they stop smoking everyone will live forever.”
David Lynch

Linda Howard
“I'll tell you what's wrong!" he roared, "I'm trying to quit smoking!" Then he strode angrily to the truck, leaving her standing there.

She blinked her eyes, and slowly a smile stretched her lips. She strolled to the truck and got in. "So, are you homicidal or merely as irritable as a wounded buffalo?"

"About halfway in between," he said through clenched teeth.

"Anything I can do to help?"

His eyes were narrow and intense. "It isn't just the cigarettes. Take off your panties and lock your legs around me, and I'll show you.”
Linda Howard, Duncan's Bride

Earl Chinnici
“I had not been at all fair to myself, or to anyone or anything near me, by keeping my cigarettes right there next to me or in my shirt pocket throughout the years.”
Earl Chinnici, Maybe You Should Move Those Away From You

“It's not the cigarette that kills you, it's the thoughts behind the cigarette that does.”
Raghu Venkatesh

Gudjon Bergmann
“When you first start chanting or repeating your positive affirmations, they don’t make much sense. You don’t feel great about them because they strongly oppose your current reality. That’s the point. The affirmations should oppose your current reality. That’s how change happens. Everyone feels strange about using affirmations to begin with. But if you stick to the program, the power of positive affirmations will take effect.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Vikrmn
“Smoking eats.. YOU.”
Vikrmn, Guru with Guitar

Earl Chinnici
“I’m not just blowing smoke when I say that I hope this book and the story it tells helps inspire many people to fight back against their addiction to “tobacco cigarettes.” The cigarette addiction is not glamorous. The addiction does not make anyone appear to be fun, smart, or sexy. The addiction is not enjoyable in the least. Of course, if you were to ask thirty-six people why they smoke, I am sure twenty-nine will tell you that they enjoy smoking. I have also said this a few times. However, to find even one person who enjoys being addicted to cigarettes or who enjoys being addicted to poison is another story altogether. Over the years, I have often been in the company of “tobacco cigarette smokers” and yet I do not remember once when anybody said, “I enjoy being addicted to cigarettes” or “I really do enjoy my addiction to poisons” or “My addiction is what I enjoy most about smoking.”
Earl Chinnici, Maybe You Should Move Those Away From You

Gudjon Bergmann
“Contrary to popular belief, positive affirmations cannot change everything and they are not likely to attract wealth and prosperity to you without considerable talent or action; but positive affirmations will help you to change your underlying beliefs and longings - they will help you to quit smoking.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“Tobacco is the enemy, disguised as a friend, and if you are to win the war you must get to know your enemy.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“I don’t know why tobacco producers are exempt when it comes to listing ingredients, but that’s just the way it is (it’s all covered within the one word – tar).”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“If knowing about the dangers of smoking were enough, almost no one would smoke.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“Would you ever buy chocolate with DDT? How about Cheerios with arsenic? Not very likely!”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“The worst part is when cells feel so threatened by their chemically marinated surroundings, that they decide to mutate as a defensive mechanism, and start to reproduce without taking their immediate surroundings into account. This mutation is called cancer.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“Nicotine is a fast acting drug with short lived effects, which you can assume by the fact that you need to smoke often.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“Here is my theory: If smoking is really good, you should be able to smoke and do nothing else at the same time, really focusing all your attention on smoking and how it makes you feel.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“You may have known for many, many years that smoking isn’t good for you, but you’re still smoking. You have become a master of deluding yourself. Direct experience is the only thing that can crush your delusion. If you really want to quit and be free, this is the most important step you can take in that direction.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“Imagine willpower as a closed fist and longing as an open hand. Try closing your fist. How long do you think you can hold that pose? A closed fist requires a lot of attention and energy, and so does willpower. Longing is effortless; it’s just there, like an open hand.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“No one can quit smoking for you, or make you want to change your life. No one can make you do anything that you don’t want to do.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Gudjon Bergmann
“Restlessness is the number one enemy of people who have just quit smoking.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

Earl Chinnici
“When you are staring at the face of such a formidable adversary as tobacco cigarette addiction, it can help significantly to have some powerful weapons in your arsenal. Knowledge is a remarkably powerful weapon against cigarette addiction.”
Earl Chinnici, Maybe You Should Move Those Away From You

Gudjon Bergmann
“Positive affirmations are powerful, but they can be overrun by complaining and negativity if you allow your mind to focus in that direction. As soon as you start complaining about how difficult this process is, you have begun using negative affirmations, and that will in turn give power to your prior longing to smoke (as if that needs empowerment).”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

“Watch your cigarette cravings in a curious, mindful way. Read CURIOSITY KILLED THE CRAVING.”
Raj Fernandes

“Smoking is neither an art nor a sport. Better to liberate yourself before the body retaliates, for its vengeance would be a furious blow enthused out of all the bygone years' mercy you thanklessly thought you were entitled to.”
Lukhman Pambra

“Even those social smokers who only smoke sometimes, are addicted. They just need less of it, but they need it. And occasional smoking is even worse.”
Abhishek Kumar, Stardust Family - We Are One!

“My whole life was a mess. I had no idea what was going on in the world. I was a prisoner of weed and cigarette.”
Abhishek Kumar, Stardust Family - We Are One!

“Quitting is the only way you can stop smoking.”
Abhishek Kumar, Stardust Family - We Are One!

“Just smoke less and keep trying. If you smoke 10 cigarettes in a day, smoke only 9 for next 3 days then 8, then 7… and one day you will quit. Smoking cigarettes is not doing any good to you. It’s just killing you. You don’t wanna die yet. Do you!?”
Abhishek Kumar, Stardust Family - We Are One!

“Smoking cigarettes is not doing any good to you. It’s just killing you. You don’t wanna die yet. Do you!?”
Abhishek Kumar, Stardust Family - We Are One!

“It's not the cigarette that kills you, it's the thought behind the cigarette”
Raghu Venkatesh

Gudjon Bergmann
“I also urge you not to wash your hands, face or mouth in between cigarettes. Let the taste and smell stay with you, in your hair, your clothes, hands and face.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Quit Smoking and Be Free: 7 Steps to a Smoke Free Life

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