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To Puff or Not to Puff Smoking cigarettes is not a good habit it is a dangerous addiction that has the possibility of a fatal result Yet I knowingly have picked up and continued this stress relieving ritual I am a smoker of two years and have found nothing but scrutiny from my parents far too many times It is time to accept the fact that your son or daughter is a smoker Your biggest concerns for those of you whose children smoke are lung cancer and other medical hazards that goes along with the risks of smoking cigarettes Although it may seem that there are only drawbacks to smoking you will find your sondaughter giving such reasons as it takes your mind off things it is a social habit it is something to do when you are bored or heshe enjoys the ritual of lighting up a cigarette and inhaling exhaling the nicotine Smoking creates a social atmosphere that makes it easier to meet people You ask a person for a light or a cigarette and moments later a conversation has been formed True there are other ways of meeting people without putting your health in danger but smoking is an effortless way to start up a quick conversation I believe I am an adolescent with a strong mind and body and that my parents have raised me to make good judgments Therefore I also believe that it is my prerogative if I feel the need to smoke Not everyone is a nave teenager that does not know the factors that go into the decision to smoke cigarettes There are many articles on lung cancer I have had too many years of middle school and high school health classes preaching against smoking yet I still chose to sit down in the park with a good book and my pack of Marlboros I still insist on smoking when I am enjoying a
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