The psychology behind how you hold a cigarette
In this week’s newsletter: The psychology behind how you hold a cigarette, $10 Quintillion gold, my NFT release 🚀
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Essay of the week
A friend of mine knew I love human psychology and had shared a paper written in 1959 on Cigarette Psychology which was later published in Caper Magazine.
Before we learn the psychology behind smoking, let's understand why 👇
The psychology behind how you hold a cigarette:
There is a total of 9 ways. 7 based on men and 2 on women.
"The way he holds the cigarette, the way he walks, sits, uses hand motions, everything. It's a sign of his inner self 🙌
But curiously enough, cigarette psychology doesn't work on women." - Dr. Willaim Neutra (LA-based Psychoanalyst)
Let’s break this down 🚀 (I’ll add them in pictures)
I'll be keeping an eye out and try to read people on how they smoke. I also wrote an essay some time ago for my non-smoking frens.
You can read the paper here 👇
also, while researching I found another paper on the effects of smoking on young college males (Here)
Big respect for all the people out there who are young and never smoked. The current culture makes it very hard to resist these urges
"If you've never smoked, don't start, If you smoke, don't ask others to."
Your self-control inspires many.
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