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About Lust4Life

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    Proudly KMQ since Sept 26, 2016

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    Southeast USA
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    Sept 26 2016

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    Avian is 8 years smoke free

    Congratulations on 8 years Avian!!!
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    Can't do this.....

    What is it you cannot do? Stick your elbow in your ear? Neither can I. Murder someone? I can’t either. Poison yourself to commit the slowest suicide ever? Nope. I can’t either. You CANNOT give up your quit. I can’t either. Hell no! You CAN refrain from smoking RIGHT NOW! You CAN keep your quit. You CAN take control over craves. You CAN do this.
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    Maybe seeds are planted. Don’t water them, shove them in a place void of light and they will die. You are are in control.
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    how many attempts

    No clue how many times I tried. I do know I thought about quitting everyday - when my smoking increased to nearly 1ppd. Like sazerac - I abstained while pregnant & breastfeeding. Looking back - I never really quit. I abstained. Something clicked in in my brain & I viewed smoking as an addiction not a bad habit. It is a true addiction. I read Allen Carr’s book & quit. I had to reread it a few times. Being an active participant in a quit forum was key for me. I read, posted, played games - anything to stay distracted until the early, intense craves passed. People will offer many scenarios & quit methods/advice. Ultimately- you have to decide how you will quit, how you will stay quit & why you will stay quit for the rest of your life.
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    @johnny5 and others that have family in Florence’s path- if you camp, have a camper or have an RV the Atlanta Motorway Speedway is opening up to house evacuees http://www.atlantamotorspeedway.com/media/news/ams-opening-camping-facilities-hurricane-florence-evacuees.html
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    Thanks sazerac- I’m far enough inland to be spared. I’m watching this beast- hoping she is downgraded or takes a right. I’m thinking of all of you in her path.
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    Sslip is 8 Months Smoke Free!

    Hi sslip! Congratulations on 8 months of smobriety! You’re growing a great quit and have helped so many quitters along the way! Bravo!! 👏🏽 👏🏽
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    Do craves pop up when actors light up?

    Great movie! I haven't watched it in years.
  9. How the hell is anyone going to find Nemo in this crap? https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/plastic-straw-ban-cigarette-butts-are-single-greatest-source-ocean-n903661
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    August Roll Call !!!!

    I was there in August & missed roll call. Now I’m here in September. Howdy y’all 👋🏽 !!
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    September.... a big month on the Lido Deck!

    I am so excited to celebrate 2 years smokefree on Sept 26! I can’t believe it. Don’t care what the deck looks like ‘jo! Just need clean glasses, plenty of ice & an assortment of drinks. Oh- and a solid dance floor w a kicks&& DJ who gladly accepts & plays requests!
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    Do craves pop up when actors light up?

    @Wayne045- The show The Crown does not have quite as much smoking as Mad Men- Princess Margaret is a double stack chimney in Season 2. And the actress portraying her is really smoking- not sure what (tobacco vs herbal). In these types of shows- I do expect to see smoking for historical accuracy.
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    Do craves pop up when actors light up?

    Yes- @Joe7!!! That’s it. The sparking of pleasant memories. It is not so much a crave- more of nostalgia I guess. I remember dancing, drinking, & smoking alongside friends at many festive occasions. I think seeing it in the same context on TV brings back the memory of more youthful, carefree years.
  14. I"ve just now started watching (streaming?) The Crown. What a wonderful show. Gorgeous furnishings and landscapes. Talented actors abound. They smoke. So much smoking. Somehow watching this period piece vs something like ... Singles or Reality Bites...makes the smoking so -- dare I say-- less common and more glamorous. The very trait execs and advertisers honed in upon and perfected. I know the King died of cancer, Winston Churchill suffered the strokes. I would be lying to you all if I said I watch this show without the noticing the amount of smoking and longing just a bit. A teeny bit. But I will never ever smoke again. I fear I will always yearn when it is depicted as being expected and accepted. I am confident I will never smoke again. I am confident I will always have the "what ifs.." on the cusp of romanticising the cigarette. What if I take just one drag? What if I take just one cigarette? What if I take just one pack? What if I take just one carton? What if I take one month, one year,...one decade to restart my quit? What if I die? How will my child be? I know I will never smoke again, I accept that I will never smoke again. I accept the moments of longing for it, The Hit. I accept I may always be temped. I accept and know that I am stronger. --L4L
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    What did you use to do

    Those that remember me— I was a naive closet/secret smoker. I had a ritual that certainly masked any trace of the filth. Right? I smoked in open air if possible. I doused myself in Febreeze. I sprinkled baby powder in my hair & on my face. I applied a lightly scented lotion to my arms. I had an oversized smoking shirt in my car...toss it on over my clothes...At some point I donned a smoking glove. I existed like a anxious drug addict. The noteable difference between me & “that junkie”...? My poison was legal. It still is.

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