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    May 27, 2014

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  1. oooh I'm an Avenger? I'll need to put a "No Smoking" sticker on my Iron Man suit.
  2. Being alone tested my quit the most. Just me and my addiction....
  3. Tobacco Co Creed: "A man has the right to dig his own grave and I have the right to sell shovels."
  4. I believe its right next to Humptulips, Washingon
  5. This catchy video was banned from MTV. Not certain why as the lyrics are hardly explicit.
  6. Jillar, Thanks for posting this. People start their quit full of enthusiasm, excitement, and/or terror. As with all things wherein we clock the hours it can become a grind. .
  7. Sirius

    Phrase Connect Game

    She tickled my funny bone.
  8. Question was raised so I will answer here. in formal attire.
  9. I don't experience cravings anymore. Let me rephrase that. I have not experienced a craving in quite some time. Same with the smoking dreams. That stuff is in the past. If I am around people who smoke there is no trigger. Just a mild annoyance. You are free from smoking when its no longer a question you bother to ask. As Sazerac says, it just takes time.
  10. People putting disgusting things in their mouths is hardly new if there is a perceived benefit. Also, I noticed you didn't say ex-wives... so... umm... you from Utah?
  11. Sgt. Barney, I gather from the fecal matter present in your posts that you have nothing but contempt for verbalized commitments. I did quit and I did, on occasion, pledge. It can help us conceptualize what we want (or don't want) and help to renew our commitment by making it a daily, verbalized, focus of attention. By making the pledge in public we magnify the commitment as we incur social expectations and well wishes ...or disappointment. A pledge is just another tool in our arsenal. I confess that I am morbidly curious how you might value the concept of prayer in terms of its usefulness in defeating addiction as, while very similar, a prayer is an externalized plea wherein a pledge tends to be more of a internalized affirmation.
  12. Redemption 3, You say that you want to restart smoking, but I'd like you to look a bit deeper. You want to quit smoking. If you didn't, you would never had quit to begin with. It's actually the addiction that wants you to restart. The longer you abstain from smoking the more removed the addiction will be from your person. Never think for a moment that you want to smoke.
  13. While I don't recommend this practice to stop smoking (Bakon, go ahead). It worked for me.
  14. blur, To break a habit you must create a new habit. Paving over the old with the new. First thing in the morning you stare into the mirror and tell yourself NOT...ONE...PUFF...EVER. At night, as you wait for sleep to claim you, tell yourself you can do this. That it's all just a repeat. Yes, the cravings can be tough but remind yourself that nobody dies from a craving. They don't last more then a few minutes so keep the goal firmly pictured in your mind. Carry gum, cinnamon sticks, mint toothpicks; whatever. Smoking will pick your pocket and rob you of your dreams. Get on the train and post often. We're all rooting for you but we want to hear some success. Give us a day without smoking and how your going for day two! When I go into a sundry store I see all the packs of cigarettes behind the counter and it means... it means nothing to me. No reaction at all. You can have that as well. A freedom from addiction.

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