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Wayne045

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  1. @Marie71 I used chantix to successfully quit. Be sure to take as directed and finish the course. You should be starting, or will be soon starting to lose the cravings and experiencing a strange taste when smoking, if you still are that is, and if you’ve already quit, good for you
  2. Didn’t use zyban, don’t know about that. Used chantix, which worked very well for me. Check with your doctor before using either one
  3. “5. Follow-up this idea with, "I have not smoked in ___ days/weeks/months/years" then add "I have not had any cravings" then add "I could have just one").” This is the one that sank my first quit. Made it 14 weeks and thought…just one. We all know how that turns out and I smoked another 7 months before quitting for good
  4. I occasionally have those dreams. I don’t even think twice about them anymore, nor do I believe there is any deep seated desire to smoke simply because I dreamed about it. The important thing is that we have no desire to smoke when awake.
  5. Put a positive spin on it. Lack of new membership or activity on forums means there are fewer smokers to sign up and post. Yay, it’s working, good job everyone! I rarely see a smoker “in the wild” these days. Or maybe I should leave the house more often, either way I’m surprised when I see someone smoking.
  6. I used Chantix. Worked out well for me. You should discuss with your doctor before using it.
  7. 50 decades? Are you one of the immortals?
  8. You’re right, that’s just sheer insanity
  9. I could never taste any difference between brands. I could differentiate between menthol or not but that was it.
  10. I love this tag phrase. Every smoker should see themselves desperate for their nicotine fix. I have heard so many smokers say I’m not addicted, I like smoking. Riiight, they like stopping the withdrawal that builds up between cigarettes
  11. I would recommend this site IF I knew anyone that smoked, I hardly ever even see anyone smoking theses days. a couple months back, I visited some relatives, and attended an (outdoor) 60th birthday party that probably 40+ people attended and I didn’t see one person smoking, with the exception of 3 guys who joined the birthday boy in a cigar as the party wound down (I wasn’t one of them).
  12. My experience is no, they don’t work. Talk to your dentist.
  13. Have the party catered. Lot less stress for you. My BIL hired cater for my sisters 60th. He still got all the credit for the food
  14. As of today: 20,908 That number astounds me. Hard to believe I’ve done ANYTHING 10s of thousands of times

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