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    May 27, 2014

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  1. Maybe not out of the woods, but the trees are thinning...
  2. There was a well written article about this very thing over at: https://www.verywellmind.com/will-i-miss-smoking-forever-2824756 Will I Miss Smoking Forever? By Terry Martin Medically reviewed by Sanja Jelic, MD on January 19, 2020
  3. Sirius

    True or False

    False Nobody to play with except myself, but then they don't call it chess and, oh look! Time for another question. NP has won money playing cards at a casino.
  4. Tantalizing aasvogel swooned toward entropy. xylan
  5. Grilled Rutabaga entertained empty tummy. Yells
  6. Thanks folks. Don't ever quit quitting.
  7. "Bee Gees - Stayin Alive" comes to mind. "BOC's - Don't Fear the Reaper" has a darker message. ..and of course there is PITCH BLACK..."Ring a Ring o' Roses" When things get uncertain and scary my fall back song has always been...
  8. Let me find my calculator. I can't count past twenty without unzipping my fly. lets see...pack a day for six years...twenty smokes to a pack...ummm... Somewhere north of 43,000 smokes ($15,000) would be a rough guess.
  9. There are countless justifications for failure whereas victory needs no excuse.
  10. You cannot 99% quit. Intellectually this is easy to understand. Emotionally...its very difficult to come to grips with. The commitment needs to be total. No breaks on the weekends. No time off for good behavior. You must be in it to win it. Total immersion. 24 X 7
  11. Keep grinding AK47. There will come a day when you forget to count a day.
  12. AK, Keep up the good fight. It takes time and there is no substitute for time. You can try and ignore it, or endure it, or even embrace it. You can just about anything but run away from it. Because the cravings are a part of you. The slow march of time as you carry abstinence with you will be the shades of change you hope for. Abstinence is a heavy burden in the beginning. One day it will be wind beneath your wings. The pain is transitory. The freedom is for the rest of your life.
  13. A Happy Birthday to the QTrain! I tip my hat to Doreensfree for making something beautiful and for all the mods and members who contribute to breaking the chains of addiction. Well done.
  14. I've got a metric ton of coffee and all the telework I can handle.

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