Cigarettes Controlled My Life.

Even through there were 100 reasons why I should have stopped smoking, and it was easy to see that cigarettes literally controlled my entire life, I still chose to smoke 20 times a day, 7 days a week.

Even realizing that I was not in control over my life – knowing that provided little motivation to quit smoking. Sure, it bothered me and made me think, but it certainly wasn’t anywhere near enough to push me over the edge. After all, realizing that you are not in control over your own life and then truly accepting the fact are two entirely different things.

So if you’re in the same boat right now,  not really caring that cigarettes control your life, you’re in good company and know that you are certainly not alone.

However, little did I know that realizing the fact that cigarettes controlled my life, as well as the fact that I was a victim of essentially chemical abuse and mind control, the seeds of freedom had been planted.

And that, my friend, is where the magic begins as you’ll soon see for yourself.