Home | Welcome Guest (you are not logged in)
Register  |  Login
+ New to Jawab.pk? Click here to open help

Question

0 votes

Dad is a chain smoker,I want him to say no to it.

HaroOn Dilshad | 6 years ago

I am just back from doctor,and it is getting tough now.
 

Asked by: HaroOn Dilshad | 6 years ago | Answers: 7 | Views: 1567

Answers

3 votes

Usama Hafeez | 6 years ago

Answered by: Usama Hafeez | 6 years ago

2 votes

Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago

Answered by: Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago

Comments
yaaaar,ad is mind blowing,indians get a credit.Well hope is there he quits it,congrats your dad is saved!
HaroOn Dilshad | 6 years ago
Thanks, see I was a girl, one and only girl, i made him emotional so it was a bit easy for me. Dun worry, your dad wud quite it too inshAllah, prayers !
Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago

1 votes

Osama Afzal | 6 years ago

Answered by: Osama Afzal | 6 years ago

1 votes

jamilrouf | 1 year ago

Answered by: jamilrouf | 1 year ago

0 votes

Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago

Answered by: Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago

Comments
I dont plan to be one.Well if you are or were,any suggestions?
HaroOn Dilshad | 6 years ago
i am a smoker.. kind of. for 7 years i have been smoking 2-3 times daily.. now its increased to about 5 though. and its difficult for even me to let go. but for a person like me, the physical effects dont kick in at all (WHENEVER i quit, and i do that often..i.e. whenever i am in my hometown), only the psychological ones are significant but controlable.. i can imagine what an uphill journey it would be for a chain smoker to quit.

many people who have started smoking way after me are now chain smokers or atleast smoke more than me. the reason i think i havent plunged into it that much is probably because i dont have a habit linked to a cig.. e.g. i dont smoke after a meal. i dont keep it with me when i go out (for shopping etc.. i do rely on frends however), i dont do it first thing in the morning. for many people, breaking the habitual part pretty much decreases their overall ciggi intake. 10 cigs a day is far better than 20... so steps should be taken to atleast reduce the daily dosage.. which is what i think is possible for every smoker.

i dont know how effective nicotine gums or nicotine patches are, i tried the local nicotine gum.. (naswar :P).. it worked but i got hooked on to it instead.. so i am skeptical of the gums

my dont remember my dad smoking. mom says he was a chain smoker too but he quit because he saw the little me put a cigi butt in my mouth. Dad says it did take two months for the urge to completely go away. in that case it was complete will power. So in the end, it all comes down to whether the person atleast wants to do it or not, else its no use.

i see alot of friends here giving net links, do check them out.
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago

0 votes

Nabeha | 6 years ago

Answered by: Nabeha | 6 years ago

0 votes

Maniha Aamir Barry | 6 years ago

Answered by: Maniha Aamir Barry | 6 years ago

Answer
You are NOT logged in. Your answer will have to be approved by a moderator first.
Please Register in order to post right away and gain Hikmat while doing so! It takes only 15 seconds!
You are seeing this Captcha because you are an anonymous user.
Please Register to remove these