"Experts disagree as to whether smoking causes depression or depression causes people to smoke. However, they do agree that smokers are much more likely than nonsmokers to have a history of depression." p. 173
"Even though Michael was trapped on the sofa for several days, Gracie managed to evade any reference to the charged kiss they'd shared. She didn't know how to deal with it herself, let alone talk about it with him."
Regarding the first teaser, its the same with chocolate, I just heard on the news.ReplyDelete
My teaser at arch thinking.
Excellent teasers. My TT: http://www.rundpinne.com/2010/04/teaser-tuesdays-get-lucky.htmlReplyDelete
I quit smoking a year and a half ago now and haven't looked back. I do know that I've dealt with depression both before beginning to smoke and since having quit. Therefore I would have to say that the nicotine is not the cause of the depression, but the smoking is the result of being depressed (or vulnerable). There are another myriad of reasons that I'm glad I did quit though. One of the best decisions I've ever made.ReplyDelete
Here's my teaser for the week.