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A weekly blog featuring well written posts from members of our community. Each week I'll pick a post and add it to this blog along with the link to the whole thread for anyone wanting to read more. Hope you like it ūüėä

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Quit Buddies

Tink Quit Date: 22/11/2013   Posted April 23, 2014 · IP  (edited)   Quit Buddy -   A member you can talk to, share things with, talk to about quitting, share worries and woes someone who is there personally for you   checking in on you   that someone who can really get through to you   listen to you   it can be someone who has the same quit date as you or someone years ahead of you - it matters not    A QUIT BUD

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Why Did I Join A Quit Smoking Forum?

Tink Quit Date: 22/11/2013 Posted April 13, 2014 · IP    I am not a social media buff, I only have facebook where its my family and friends, people I have known most my life or who I trust and feel comfortable around (I only have about 150 friends added)    I was not good on computers, I can be a bit of a technology phobic -   so why did I join a quit smoking forum?   I really wanted to quit smoking is the answer and I did not feel that I could d

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Newly Quit? Stay Away From Smokers...

Rain Forest Quit Date:¬†May 13, 2009 Posted¬†April 21, 2014¬†¬∑¬†IP¬† ¬† ¬† When you first quit smoking, the most horrible people to be around are the ones still smoking, and it‚Äôs not because they smoke. ¬† It‚Äôs because they don‚Äôt understand at all, you are making them feel guilty as hell because you are doing what they ‚Äúwish‚ÄĚ they could do, and they are almost worst than the Nicodemon and it‚Äôs craves: they try to get you to smoke. ¬† I relapsed a few times bef

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FREE To All New Members Who Register...

jillar Posted November 30 · IP  (edited)     *A lifetime of freedom from nicotine. *Worldwide support from members in all phases of quitting and who know and can relate to what you may go through at any given time in your quit. *Tons of educational material about our addiction to nicotine. Be it by reading, watching videos or asking other members. We have it all    So what do you have to lose by becoming a member?                                      

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Are You a Believer?

babs609 Quit Date: 07/13/2012 Posted September 20, 2016 · IP    Life is really so simple...WE are the ones who make it complicated   Because the truth is....if you BELIEVE the cigarette will give you any kind of comfort or joy...then you will suffer a great deal.  Not just in the early part of your quit, but for YEARS after...if you can stay quit that long.   This is where the education part comes in.   If there is something you want that you believe will

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How can we replace the Crutch of Nicotine

JackiMac Posted October 17, 2014 · IP      Whenever a smoker feels down, depressed, lost, angry, bitter I could go on with the many emotions that we feel in life, but a smoker will always turn to that one thing "crutch" (excuse as we now know it to be) to make them feel better.  Yes Im talking about the nicotine fix, the cigarette, one cigarette will make everything better.  We all know that one thing that stops many people from finally quitting or attempting to quit is the l

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Guard The Quit

El Bandito Quit Date: 27/01/2014 Posted April 14, 2014 · IP  Firstly - my apologies for a massive long post - but I kind of need to get this off my chest. I posted it in my blog - but then thought maybe it might be of use to someone here...       Yesterday, my sister in law and her two sons came to visit. The plan is that the sister in law will stay with us for a couple of weeks - while the boys just came for the day. This is the first time that we have had hou

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Removing the Fear of Relapse

Jonny5 Quit Date: 2011-12-21 Posted April 10, 2014 · IP    I'm not afraid of relapse one single bit. It ain't ever gonna happen. Some of you are. And there's one huge reason for that.... You have not closed the doors on your smoking past and evolved into a never again smoker, you have a lingering belief that smoking does give you some benefits and are abstaining through many methods.  Abstainance looks like my quit but it is fundamentally different.  There

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To Not Smoke is Actually Easier....

Still winning Location: Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England Quit Date: 12th March 2014 Posted August 2, 2014 · IP  Hi Abby,   I think if we don't understand it can be too daunting to quit. I, like many others, knew that times when we couldn't smoke were hard (train journey, plane, car etc). We were pretty desperate by the time we could smoke again.  That's because after 20 minutes or so, the nicotine in a cig starts to come out of your blood stream - it creates a la

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About us

QuitTrain¬ģ, a quit smoking support community, was created by former smokers who have a deep desire to help people quit smoking and to help keep those quits intact.¬† This place should be a safe haven to escape the daily grind and focus on protecting our quits.¬† We don't believe that there is a "one size fits all" approach when it comes to quitting smoking.¬† Each of us has our own unique set of circumstances which contributes to how we go about quitting and more importantly, how we keep our quits.

 

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