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I stopped smoking about 2 years ago. Recently under some stress I have been sneaking a few?

My daughters had asked me to stop smoking, and I feel guilty about sneaking them recently. Do I confess, or just keep my mouth shut.

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4 Responses to “I stopped smoking about 2 years ago. Recently under some stress I have been sneaking a few?”

  1. ali said :

    Confess to them, and work together with them to help you get through this. It’s easier to recover when you have loved ones supporting and encouraging you.

  2. Rachel J said :

    I would suggest starting an exercise program to help with your stress. This could be as simple as walking, or jogging for 20 minutes most days of the week. I smoked for 5 years in my late teens and early twenties, I quit by taking up running. You can’t run and smoke very well, it makes you sick, so eventually you don’t want a cig. Good luck! If you can make a change, then don’t tell them, but if you can’t then you should tell them so they can help you quit.

  3. alskdjfhfg said :

    As you love your daughter, it is important for you to keep this request of giving up smoking. Its hard to give it up if you have smoked for a long time. But, in your circumstances now, in my honest opinion, you have two choices:

    1. Give it up as soon as you can. Giving up means that you are not going to get back to it ever. I know its hard, but this is the best option for you. This would make your daughter happy. If you can do this, you dont need to confess it anymore since it would be gone.

    2. Let her know that you have done this due to the habit that you have had for so long. And, you promise not to do this anymore and you really mean it. I guess she would understand and would allow you time to give it up. And, surely, you have to put your effort to give up smoking as well.

    Hope this helps and hopefully you would be able to get out of smoking habits. Trust me, your daughter has all the good reasons in the world for asking you not to smoke.


  4. blu said :

    Sneaky behavior is indicative of a need for help. You’re an adult, they don’t own you.


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