Country-Girl22.<quoted text>Yes, its all mental! You don't go through physical withdrawls when you try to quit. I have quit..alot.. but I keep going back to it, I need to get over that mental hold it has on me then I'll be good:)
Yes. I agree. Ever since Big Government seized control of the medical industry, it has been easy to find Government "doctors" to diagnose those who "cant" quit smoking tobacco products as suffering from deadly "psyched-out" syndrome. But take heart! Tax addicted politicians are more than willing to "help". All they needs do is to prescribe a little more tobacco tax.
Incidentally, I read a report showing the result of Government tax-masters taking control of the once great US medical industry, an industry that was previously rated # 1. The report is entitled "Why it's better to grow up in Slovenia and Greece than the U.S: Childhood obesity, poor education and homicide rates put America 26th out of 29 nations in survey about best places to raise a child". The report illustrates the decline of the US from being rated as # 1 prior to Big Government nationalizing Big Tobacco to being ranked as # 25 today in the area of "Health and safety".(of 29 developed countries)