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PrincessAmelia
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Hi guys. I'm not sure if there was a topic on this or not... Nothing appeared when I searched.

 

But, um.. anyways:

 

I am 21 and I smoke.. maybe 3-5 cigarettes depending on my stress levels at work. What really sucks is that it really pulls me out of little space when I'm at home with Daddy... I want to quit (eventually). But I always feel like I'm less than a little than most because of my nicotine addiction..

 

 

Thoughts?

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If I were in your shoes I'd ask myself if I really need the cigarettes to relax. Does being in little space not help with your stress enough already and do you need to rely on smoking to help you? I'd suggest answering those as an adult and not doing it because it's not a "little" activity. Nicotine addiction does not make you any less of a little and if it doesn't affect your relationship with your Daddy you really shouldn't worry about that aspect. 

 

That being said, the major issue for me would be the health concerns and that ultimately would be the reason why I'd personally try to not put off quitting. Of course, I don't know under what amount of stress you currently are  and how significant cigarettes are to helping with it. If you feel like that at this particular time it might put you under a lot of additional stress that you can't handle, then maybe wait till things in your life have settled a bit. 

 

I've never had to deal with smoking and my advice might not be helpful at all, it's just my opinion. *sends Amelia a bunch of virtual hugs* I'm always here if you need someone to rant about it and receive awkward hugs and support ^..^ 

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If you want to quit you and daddy can work together to make a rules and punishments type thing for your smoking habit

as for you being "less of" a little -meh- -shrugs- does it really matter? genrally no littles are still adults who drink smoke have sex whatever

Smoking is a nasty nasty habit and the act it's self is disgusting and I wish people would stop but it doesn't make you a bad person or a bad little

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If you want to quit, you should do it now. At 3-5 cigarettes there will hardly be any physical withdraw, and the longer you continue the habit the harder it will be to give up.
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I agree with everyone on this thread.

 

I personally was a heavy smoker threw my freshman and sophomore year of highschool. It got to the point to which I would be smoking a cigarette and think 'I wish I was smoking a cigarette.' It took me three years to completely kick the habit. Once I kicked it, my health improved greatly as did my desire to be little.

 

Although my desire and frequency of littleness has increased when my habit died, I do not think that makes you less of a little. By that standard periods also makes you less of a little. :)

 

Now, smoking anything in general has a incredibly negative connotation attached to it. I don't think it's the act of smoking but the shady people I associate it with during my high school experience. Not saying all smokers are awful, I know some very nice people that smoke, but for me personally it has this bad vibe around it. It is because of this when I get around to much smoke, or when I see a pack I instantly get removed from little space.

 

Best of luck!!! ^~^ I hope you figure out what is best for you and your daddy!

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Guest littlemissragamuffin

I had my first cigarette when I was 7/8. If I smoke, I don't feel any more adult than usual. I hardly smoke, I can go months without smoking("So why not just quit?" I don't want to. I hardly do so I don't need to for health reasons. I enjoy the taste of my cigarettes every so often. And it's a free county. I'm sorry I'm tired of people harassing me for not quiting.)

 

Don't feel bad about it. It doesn't make you any less than anybody. It just means you have something to work on to better yourself(scents you said you want to quit) everyone, even Littles, has things they want to improve on and better themselves. And everyone has something that makes them feel less than others. It happens, we're humans we get weird feelings and thoughts about ourselves.

 

If you really want to quit. Then you have to do it for you, and only you. Because truly and honestly wanting to do it for yourself will really give you the boost you need to help you. Ask your Daddy to help, make a rule against smoking. That actually might be too hard. Make a rule about smoking one less cigarette than normally. You could always try the gym and patches too. My parents(heavy smokers) have tried many times to quit. They've tried all those "help you quit" things. None of it really works. I've known people to quit, and they've used some of those things, but what really did it was that deep down they really honestly wanted to, and even then took a good while

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Tobacco is not a relaxant. That's a myth. If you really want to quit read "easy way for women to stop smoking" by Allen Carr. And no, I don't sell it lol. You can get it cheap on eBay, Amazon for example.

I read it almost ten years ago, threw it down, said "what a load of crap", but haven't smoked since, nor had even one single thought or craving. Seriously.... Out of my life forever with not a single ounce of effort other than reading a book with an open mind. No idea how it works but don't suppose it matters. And I smoked maybe twenty odd years before that.

But on the "little" thing, smoking doesn't make you any less or more of anything.

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Thank you guys so much! 

I am gonna talk with my Daddy about helping me out. 

 

I am a singer so it really hinders my ability to belt out and I do have audition for a musical.

 

All of the support and advice have really been helpful. Thanks x

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I was a heavy smoker for a while. My daddy started cutting me back and when I started to become what I say more little I stopped wanting to smoke entirely. Daddy cut back a lot too cause he thinks it helps me. Hopefully your daddy can help you :3
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I've been a smoker for over half my life, so understand just how difficult a nicotine addiction can be. I've "quit" probably around five times over the course of my life - sometimes for a few weeks, other times for longer. My record was 6 months. There are various coping techniques but the hardest part is the first few weeks - after that it does get easier. I've failed each time becuase I don't have strong willpower, nor at the time did I have the support I required (no significant other). While I'm still puffing away now it's becuase I need to find a good time to quit - this is important. Never quit just before a really stressful period in your life or the temptation to smoke will make staying clear of those little cancer sticks much harder.

 

Pros and Cons of cessation aids:

 

Patches. These can irritate the skin and cause sleeplessness and/or nightmares. However the last two side effects can be somewhat mitigated againt by not wearing the patch overnight. This can leave you needing a "boost" in the morning but an additional aid that provides instant release will help here. I've found that with the right midset and environment that whilst wearing a patch I don't get cravings. Those cravings I do get are transitory and last only a few minutes - doing something else to take your mind off them is the best plan of action.

 

Microtabs, Gum, Spray. I've always found these burn my mouth like hell! Some people experience this, others don't. They do release a significant amount of nicotine in a short space of time so are useful for those "Oh my god I need a cigarette!" times.  Be careful not to swallow too much when using these as they can cause indigestion from the nicotine entering the stomach.

 

Perscription Drugs. Brupropion, Champix etc. These can only be obtained from your doctor. If you are on no other medications (specifically antidepressants) these can be a good option. The first time I quit I used brupropion and after two weeks of taking them I had zero cravings and zero withdrawl. Sadly these are no longer an option for me.

 

Inhalers and E-Cigarettes. These feel very similar to smoking so one would presume they would bouce you out of little space. There is also no current research on the longterm side effects of inhaling propelyne glycol (the main ingredient in E-Cigarettes). Use at your own risk. Inhalers simply allow a small amount of nicotine to become airborne so your mouth and throat can absorb it. As with microtabs, gum etc - I find this burns my mouth. However, for a healthier cigarette substitute nothing feels more like the real thing. This is a blessing and a curse. Breaking the psychological hand to mouth habit is just as hard, if not harder than breaking the chemical addiction.

 

Suggestions: Give patches a try while you're in little space. These will supply you with the nicotine you require. When you get a craving, have a drink. Depending on how little you are you may want a sippy cup or bottle of somethinhg yummy - this fills the hand to mouth craving. Pick something nice like apple juice or chocolate milk for preference although water should work! If you are really struggling with just the patches, give the gum/tabs/spray a try for an instant boost. Sometimes the horrible mouth feeling can work as aversion therapy! If you and Daddy enjoy spanking as part of your relationship, a "funzie" (not too hard, just enough to sting with a lot of aftercare and bottom rubbing) can help reduce stress levels and take your mind off the cravings. This need not be a punishment! Ending a fun spanking with orgasms can also help although this may also snap you out of little space - a lot depends on your relationship.

 

Advice: Daddy must understand that if he smokes to he must NOT under any circumstances smoke around you. Nothing is harder than trying to quit and seeing someone else having one. You need a lot of love and support from Daddy during the quitting process. There will be good days and bad days - if you cave and have one it's not the end of the world but it does set you back a long way - each time I quit it was always one single cigarette with the thought of "it won't hurt" that caused me to fail. Make sure that it is a good time to quit if you are quitting for good rather than just posponing your next cigarette until the end of little time - never try to quit just before a period of your life you know will be particually stressful, this will hamper your chances. Take each day one at a time, perhaps plan a series of rewards as you go along - "if I reach this date, I'll go to the aquarium with Daddy". If you think it may help, plan a series of punishments too - this is something that will work with some people but not with others.

 

I've rambled on enough.... but I hope something I said may help!

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