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Oneistoo last won the day on January 11 2015

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About Oneistoo

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    8/2/2015
  1. Thank you for your comments and for caring. I'm taking it to heart and will think more about it over the next couple of days.
  2. For me: Smoking = distracted = nervous, off-center = make bad decisions that are not really reflective of me, of who I want to be
  3. It seems to happen when I have to do something I'm apparently afraid of doing. I've just finished my studies, and I'm nervous about re-entering the job market after a long hiatus to do other things. My efforts to get a job are clear triggers.
  4. I relapsed. Before you can say, "Why didn't you SOS???" I have to say that I went into auto-pilot and don't remember a thing. I've reset my ticker. It's a process, and I'm not a smoker. I really would appreciate it if your commentary is not too harsh. A relapse can truly happen to anybody at any time, even for the most ardently proud non-smokers.
  5. Hmmm....I relapsed. Before you say, "Why didn't you SOS???" I have to say that I went into some kind of auto-pilot and didn't wake up until much later. New quit meter, new start.
  6. Love the Serenity Prayer....it works in all sorts of situations. :) The Serenity Prayer for Nicotine Users “God, grant me serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.” * Selected from text written by Reinhold Neibuhr - 1926 God, grant me serenity to accept the things I cannot change... As nicotine users, we cannot change our craving for nicotine, but even if we can't change the craving for nicotine, we can accept it. The truth is that until we can accept our craving for nicotine, we will not stop the repet
  7. Just FYI....MQ moved this diary to the Quit Discussions portion of QT. I won't write here any more, and let this version drift toward the back. :)
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