Photo: Ernest John Zapparelli circa 1967
Put out the cigarette. Put down the vape. There’s no such thing as a tobacco-stained cape. Superheroes don’t smoke. Nope! There are plenty of CLOUDS in the sky… who needs a battery charged artificially flavored lie? E-cigs aren’t cool. They will poison your lungs & play you for a fool.
Anyone who feels the incessant urge to inhale anything other than good ass prana, is suffocating their ability to push past limits & dethrone delusional drama. The smoker, on some level, if not all, chooses to move no faster… than a low vibrational crawl. The smoker is deathly afraid of taking life in fully. To them, a champion who wins, feels like an antagonizing bully. Under the radar, playing it safe & small, this is his style, leaning fashionably up against the wall.
The smoker has the “perpetually bored dis-ease,” which makes him awkward & irritable if he goes on too long without a fix. This makes him a walking, talking, muddled energy field that can only take surfacy sips. The smoker operates no deeper than what the senses crave. His inner compass is an overactive penchant for which he is a slave. He is the instant gratification guy, being satisfied, grounded & relaxed is not his forte, for he tends to be a squirmy little devil who is easily distracted by the next shiny object to bat a lash his way.
Prone to erratic shifts, the smoker often gets caught in the struggle puddles of the “polar” express. He goes up… he goes down, he goes up… he goes down… in a wave of fidgety stress. His EZ chair is nestled right into the rollercoaster ride, for he is the mayor of sheeple-town where blindfolds are fastened & hands are tied. Sheeple-town is a lovely land for the smoker to roost. He can hide & deny & be shamelessly seduced. Like a barely breathing snake in a tangle of thorny hatches, he can safely blend right in… to the smoldering ashtrays, butts & matches.
#QUIT today for a better tomorrow!
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INFORMATION & RESOURCES
♥ Quit Assist: information resource> www.quitassist.com
The more you know about how to quit, the better your chances of success. Quitting is a very personal experience, but you are not alone. There’s no one way that works for everyone. A good way to start is to get as much information as you can and decide on a plan that’s right for you
♥ KOMUSO necklace: https://www.komusodesign.com/ simple tool to stop vaping & smoking naturally> “We have helped our audience quit with our breathing tool. Read their quit journeys and reviews on our site.”
♥ Truth Initiative> “Inspiring lives free from smoking, vaping & nicotine”
THIS IS QUITTING:
The first-of-its-kind program to help young people quit vaping, This is Quitting has helped nearly 400,000 youth and young adults on their journey to quit vaping. Learn more about how it works and the additional resources available for parents of young vapers and for adults who want to quit. Teens and young adults can join for free by texting DITCHVAPE to 88709
Quitting vaping can be easier when you prepare in advance and have a plan. Find out what steps you can take to get ready to quit vaping.
We have a specialized protocol to help people quit vaping. Call toll free-844-8-NO-VAPE (1-844-866-8273) CHAT NOW Mon-Fri: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Vapes — also known as e-cigarettes — are the most commonly used tobacco products among U.S. middle and high school students. Vapes come in many varieties. Some popular brands, such as JUUL, have used social media influencers to promote the product’s sleek look and flavors to young people. According to the most recent survey by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 4 million high school students are currently vaping. The U.S. Surgeon General has declared vaping among youth an epidemic.
♥ Quit.com> 1-877-44U-QUIT (1-877-448-7848)
The National Cancer Institute’s trained counselors are available to provide information and help with quitting in English or Spanish, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Eastern Time.
Calling this toll-free number will connect you directly to your state quit line. All states have quit lines in place with trained coaches who provide information and help with quitting. Specific services and hours of operation vary form state to state.
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