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Unable to get over breakup, trying to quit smoking

Asked by Male, 22, Single
I'm male, 22, I'm trying to overcome a breakup with 2 years old relationship from last 4 months.. I'm currently jobless.. i want to give time for my studies but every time my mind changes the path and make me to follow her, call her.. Everything in my relationship was real. But she broke up with me because of her father. Now I'm not able to study or do anything. My friends make me smoker and now I'm also trying to quit smoking. Suggest me something for my focuses and to forget her and move on..
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Harish Bhuvanendran
Life Coach

Greetings for the dayI just spent some time reading, what you have written, and I must say that you have a lot of courage to come to portal like this.Any kind of substance dependence is not advisory at all especially when you are upset with some other thing in your life, meaning: you are coming out of your relationship, so it is advisory to not pursue smoking anymore. I know the kind of problem smoking creates, because my father was dependant on Cigarette and I must say that it was difficult after so many years of dependence on it. He used E-Cigarette to come out of it.Regarding the problem with your relationship, if it means so much to you, then why don't try speaking with her father, if it still doesn't work out then you kind of have to focus upon setting the career right. Studies have to be priority and get it done, post that you can get back with her, if things still works out.I also want to let you know that whatever it is, at any time of day or night, you can also engage with any of our experts, or send a  message to me and we can see that how we can co create a space where we can work together for a possible solution to your problem.

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