As an ex-smoker, (RELAX! I am not on a mission), but I do have up close and personal knowledge of the fact that smoking can kill. When it was National No Smoking day in the past, I quite simply ignored it. But should you be seeking any form of help, have a read of this. 9 years ago my husband died. His arteries were 75% furred. He did have an addictive nature, had tried to stop, twice, had been curled in the corner of our lounge with the stress, and finally said, ‘No I’ll stay a smoker.’ So he chose to be a smoker. He also chose a gamble which didn’t pay off. My present partner gave up using will power. Nothing else. I gave up mainly with will power and the plastic nicorette inhaler ‘thingie’. I gave up 18 months after my husband died. So I wasn’t exactly scared into it. A smoker will give up only when ready. And, I actually don’t suggest you TRY to give up. When you DECIDE to give up, is the correct time. Ex smokers and smokers know that half hearted attempts are just adding to the torment- these half hearted attempts are a recipe for a lot of trouble. I now work with EFT and this therapy is very effective for limiting beliefs, addictions and MANY more emotional distresses. Addiction is one of the more tricky to address. It needs real commitment; time, effort and should you wish specialist help, money. Should your hand be up requiring help, I can work with you. With my therapy skills I can find out what caused you to have an addictive nature. We work on past events, clear them, and then, the clarity and peace you discover is’ a light bulb moment’ worth having.