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    Student Name Professor Name Course Name Date Quitting Addictive Smoking Tobacco is causing one death in every six seconds and will reach to eight million deaths annually in the world, by 2030 (albawaba). That was the fact that my doctor stated to me when I visited him to get the thorough checkup because I was having trouble in breathing and trouble in sleeping. I got shocked by listening to this fact, but I could not relate that fact to my life until the doctor told me that these health issues

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    Quitting smoking may be the hardest thing to do. Some patients are aware smoking is bad for their own health, but may not know exactly what they could be doing to others around them. The second hand smoke, especially for a newborn, can be detrimental to health causing respiratory problems, ear infections, neuro-behavioral deficits, neuro-developmental deficits, cancer, and death (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2006). It is important to teach patients at any opportunity about the

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    Smoking A Therapeutic Approach to Quitting While smoking is a problem that affects millions of people in The United States, several different approaches are available to assist in breaking the habit; specifically, therapeutic approaches, when utilizing group sessions, one-on-one interaction, or self direction, do offer the ability to modify personal views, behaviors or other challenging issues to achieve predetermined results. Since each of the aforementioned options provide varying amounts of

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    My Story about Quitting Smoking I smoked for 13 years, since I lit up my first cigarette at the age of 17, during a stressful summer night, stopping at a corner store, after getting off technical school. My first cigarette was not to my liking, as this caused a very uncomfortable burning sensation in the throat, nose and mouth. I remember my inner voice saying "smoking is not for me." Days passed, and final exams were approaching. I remember most of my friends smoked to reduce school related stress

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    My Story about Quitting Smoking “Smoking will affect our health, regardless of how many cigarettes we smoke” I was a smoker for 13 years. I the first cigarette at the age of 17, during a stressful summer night, stopping at a corner shop, after getting off the difficult high school/technical school I attended, and graduated from (It was an institution of morning and evening attendance in order to obtain highschool diploma with a technical career). My first cigarette was not to my liking, as this

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    Coping with Quitting Smoking Quitting smoking is a physical and mental challenge. You will face cravings, withdrawal symptoms, and temptation. Before quitting, work with your health care provider to make a plan that can help you cope. Preparation can help you quit and keep you from giving in. HOW CAN I COPE WITH CRAVINGS? Cravings usually last for 5–10 minutes. If you get through it, the craving will pass. Consider taking the following actions to help you cope with cravings: • Keep your mouth

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    Health Behavior Change Diary Template on quitting cigarette smoking Health behavior I wish to change: Significant number of people has been addicted to the habit of smoking despite of knowing the fact that it is injurious to health. In the past, it was considered as the taboos and only adult group was habituated but currently, it is common among both adolescent and adult population. Cigarette smoking is habit of inhaling smoke of cigarette and releasing it. A study by Gong (2011, pp.48) reveals

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    able to fund themselves while on the road. It’s simple to quit, but it’s not easy. Quitting a job is not about being brave and getting out of your comfort zone. Drop everything and travel the world, In short live your dreams! But, Why i didn’t quit my job to travel the world despite thousands of blogs encourage me to do it? Because quit your god damn job and travel the world is so cliche The idea of quitting your job to travel the world sounds like the the coolest thing to do. I’m sorry to break

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    The Best Decision Are Those Not Made Why is speaking your mind so difficult? This question frequently enters my mind. 6 months ago, it was more prominent than ever. It all started when I got my first job. Style Encore, a consignment store, took a chance on me when I was 15. I was cultivated in buying and selling higher end used clothing. Working there changed my life drastically. Style Encore introduced me to skills and friends that will be with me for the rest of my life. The age variance of my

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    Truth about Sammy in John Updike's A&P Essay

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    The Truth about Sammy in A & P    At first glance, Sammy, the first-person narrator of John Updike's "A & P," would seem to present us with a simple and plausible explanation as to why he quits his job at the grocery store mentioned in the title: he is standing up for the girls that his boss, Lengel, has insulted. He even tries to sell us on this explanation by mentioning how the girls' embarrassment at the hands of the manager makes him feel "scrunchy" inside and by referring to himself

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