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You Need A Smoke ?





Quit Date: October 23, 2013, A Good Day to be Free.


Posted July 31, 2016 


All you quitters will remember this scenario, all you smokers don't have to live it anymore.


"Man, gimme a smoke.  I just need a smoke.   Everything is just too much.  I need a smoke."

"ahhh.  thanks, that's better."


Really ? 
What's better ? 

The situation is still the same situation.  Nothing is better, things are just what they were. 
The only thing that changed is you are chilled because you fed your addiction.  You are a good slave. An obedient Slave.


What seems better is only an illusion....what was accomplished ? 
You delayed withdrawal symptoms for another twenty minutes until the next crave.
In twenty minutes or so, no matter what is going on...real crisis or no, 
you will have another crisis, the need to feed your addiction again

because you are a good slave, a very good slave.

The Truth is you don't need that smoke. 


You need to get a grip and stop your blind obedience to nicotine addiction. 

Your body and mind need to remember how to live.


Your body needs water, food, rest,

deep delicious breaths of oxygen.
You Need to be Free.

Remember when you were Free ?

Maybe you don't remember because addiction has hijacked your brain and your soul.
No worries,  you WILL remember how to be free. 

It's simple.  It's Freedom.


Link to original post: https://www.quittrain.com/topic/7355-you-need-a-smoke/


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