To be honest, I tried smoking when I was in high school (for curiosity sakes) but it’s a good thing I don’t like the taste and was not addicted to it and I readily gave it up, same as my husband. I hate people who smokes in public areas and that as if nobody is beside them. I remember some time ago I tried to get the attention of a man in a jeep who smokes and instead of saying sorry he even have the nerve to say ” You better ride in a Taxi if you don’t want to inhale my smoke!!” a very immature person right?
That is why I am glad about the ANTI- SMOKING Law in public places, I just wish that people will follow it religiously. Cigarette is very addictive as what long time smokers always say even though they knew the side effects of smoking on their health they still can’t help to get rid of this vice totally.
I thank God my father-in-law is not a smoker that is why my husband and his siblings are not into it. My father was smoking but since he died at an early age and that me and my siblings were still young, we did not grew up seeing him smoke. I am saying this because there is a possibility that young ones will imitate what their parents or idols do, that is why now that we have a son, I try my best to be aware of my actions since he might do the same.
I remember a friend of mine once announced on his Facebook wall that he wants to kiss his kids whenever he arrives home and he wants to live longer for them that is why he will quit smoking even how hard it will be, and by that statement I can’t help to cheer and commend this person. He will do anything for his kids even HOW HARD that would be, that is a very tough decision to make.
How will a parent advice his teenager son or daughter not to smoke if he himself does it ??? Will a doctor be credible if he told a patient about the harmful effects of smoking or drinking if he does it too? Will a nation be smoke-free when their leaders smoke too? What do you think???
Some thoughts here: “A wrong doing made by an adult is right in every child’s eye, so set a good example”
photos via: consequencesofsmoking and chinadaily
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I agree Ms.Levy I also don’t smoke and my parents..I don’t like also to have a love one with bad breath hahaha..I hate the smell of cigarettes talaga..the project of non-smoking areas in public areas is so much a thumbs up for me dapat po noon pa..and it has no benefits at all po naman..ay no one should have invented those cigarettes hmp..
nyt Ms.Levy..busy na ang mommy..kumusta po ang seminar 🙂
that’s good to hear Sie, I really don’t like this habit (of smoking). Good night dear!
i was a heavy smoker before, sis, but now that I’m no longer smoking, I’m glad that they now have this campaign. bad talaga ang smoking and extremely damaging sa health – lalo na for the second hand smokers. PNoy should really be a good example and do something about quitting this bad habit.
not only Pnoy but other leaders as well. Or maybe they should use or give away E-Cigars na lang para smoke free at hindi (daw) masama sa health
The Pepperrific Life says
Leaders are supposed to lead by example, right? So, Pnoy better clean up his act. I never tried smoking, because I just hate the smell.