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31 minutes ago, Sazerac said:


You should do deep breaths everyday for physical and mental health,

when you practice this, it becomes automatic.

Deep breathing immediately lowers your blood pressure and helps you to focus.


I suggest you go through these to build a successful quit

10 Ways To Effectively Use This Forum To Stop Using Nicotine



importantly, Joel Spitzer's Daily Quitting Lesson Guide


Watch all the videos, read the material.


This is how to start your education about nicotine addiction.









Thank you Sazerac.

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It's nice to see that the two of you didn't give up. You had a a small relapse or hiccup. You can overcome this by seriously being committed to becoming a non smoker. You have to realize that the nicotine junkie is going to test you everyday. You are smarter and stronger than this addiction. We are all here to support you along the way. We can't help if we don't know you're having a tough time. So, grab your seat and enjoy your ride to quit town.

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8 minutes ago, Mac#23 said:

You had a a small relapse or hiccup.



NO relapse is a small relapse or a hiccup.


It is a very serious thing.

We are talking about life and death here.


10 minutes ago, Mac#23 said:

You can overcome this by seriously being committed to becoming a non smoker.





It is ALL about one's commitment to oneself.   This is the only path to freedom from addiction.

Just like Mac says and, as a matter of fact, just like Mac is showing all of us with his commitment to himself and to NOPE.


Y'all can do this also.  Commitment. To. Yourself. To.  N.O.P.E.

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