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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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The One Year Commitment

Soberjulie Posted April 7, 2014 · IP  (edited)     I come here for support....to vent....to encourage....to listen and speak truths. I will continue to come here for my first year, because whoever I made this pledge to originally kinda knows what he's talking about.....when people slip away from their supportive community, they often slip away from their commitment to NOPE.  I read something the other day that made me ask myself....."Well Julie, why do you come here

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Did The Penny Drop For You?

Jonny5 Posted April 24, 2014 · IP    I remember that I was going through the motions, telling myself that I wasn't giving up anything etc etc, just like Allen Carr told me.  and I remember thinking , ok yeh, I can buy into this, I can look at things from a more positive perspective.  I was prepared to follow the don't smoke instructions, but I did suspect Allen Carr was just trying to point out the obvious, and that made me feel a little patronised, but he was telling the truth, d

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Blame nothing but yourself.

leahcaR Quit Date: Nov-1-2013 Posted April 27, 2014 · IP    I get it... we all have different circumstances and situations and backgrounds.  but one thing we all have in common is wanting to quit smoking.         Times get rough.  It is easier for some than others.  I found it easy.  Some find it hard.  I found it harder further along.  Season changes and shit.  No doubt, though, I have been through a lot in my early quit, and many here can attest to that.

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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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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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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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