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Posted 13 March 2015 - 12:47 AM

Is Relapse A Natural Part Of The Quitting Process?

Discusses potential of long-term relapses after quitting, as well as dispelling the idea that people have to quit multiple times for a quit to be able to finally take.

 

Related article:
Is Relapse a Natural Part of the Addiction Process?
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/22962

Related videos:
Lost long term quits
https://youtu.be/BJeHttXmb7w
The law of addiction
https://www.youtube....atch?v=L2I0N...
Maybe a puff isn't that big of a deal
https://www.youtube....atch?v=gLxFE...
Past successful quits
https://www.youtube....atch?v=39An4...
Cigars and relapsing
https://www.youtube....atch?v=wNfzs...
Were you addicted
https://www.youtube....atch?v=pWcTk...
Get right back in the saddle
https://www.youtube....atch?v=BcEzz...
Don't let a slip put you back to using
https://www.youtube....atch?v=0cfxz...
The lucky ones get hooked
https://www.youtube....atch?v=g8XvS...
I know I will quit again
https://www.youtube....atch?v=tHp8y...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 12:50 AM

The Lucky Ones Get Hooked

Video discusses how not all people who take a cigarette after quitting instantly get hooked--only the lucky ones do.

 

Related article:
The Lucky One's Get Hooked!
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/11401


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 07:47 AM

Don't Let A Slip Put You Back To Using

Video stresses the importance of drawing a clear line in the sand regarding the issue of whether or not to take a puff. Another alternate title for for this video could have been "should I reset my quit meter?"

 

Related article:

http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/11411

Related videos:
Get right back in the saddle
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=BcEzzF...
"I know I will quit again"
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=tHp8yF...
"If I relapse I will smoke until it kills me."
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=UCRLo9...
Never take another puff
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=TYNWI8...
"Maybe a puff isn't that big of a deal?"
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=gLxFE9...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 07:48 AM

If I Relapse I'll Smoke Until It Kills Me

Video discusses how people better take heed if they ever find themselves thinking or saying the phrase "If I relapse I'll smoke until it kills me"

 

Related articles:
I Know I Will Quit Again
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/22978
Complacency
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/12452
I know I will quit again
http://ffn.yuku.com/...y/443090/I-K...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 07:50 AM

Nicotine Is Nicotine Is Nicotine

Video discusses how nicotine delivered by any source via any route of administration has the full potential of causing relapse to any former smoker or user of any nicotine product.

 

Related articles:
Original nicotine gum article referred to any video
http://whyquit.com/j...oel_03_07_NR...
Pharmacological aids Part II
http://whyquit.com/j...oel_03_08_NR...
40 years of progress
http://whyquit.com/j...oel_03_33_Fo...
Whatever you do don't quit cold turkey!
http://whyquit.com/j...oel_03_30_do...
Is cold turkey the only way to quit
http://whyquit.com/j...oel_03_31_is...
Are cessation pharmacology quit smoking products a sham upon smokers?
http://whyquit.com/w...t/LinksCAids...

Related videos:
My first encounter with NRT
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=5k_mcy...
Is cold turkey the only way to quit?
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=dFycqB...
Oral tobacco usage and addiction
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=zNwF6l...
Cigars and relapsing
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=wNfzs-...
First television ads for electronic cigarettes
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=a7SrMy...
Electronic cigarettes and harm reduction
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=xE42iW...
The law of addiction
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=L2I0NQ...
How to quit smoking
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=l27zWo...
Maybe a puff isn't that big of a deal
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=gLxFE9...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 07:53 AM

Who Wants To Go Back To Smoking?

Video discusses how former smokers at times think they want to go back to smoking, but if they really remind themselves of the package deal that goes along with being a smoker, it will be easy for them to stick to their quit.

 

Related articles:
"I think I have decided to go back to smoking"
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/11399
"I made a conscious decision to smoke."
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/11400
Craves and thoughts that occur over time
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/207


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 07:54 AM

Short Funny Clinic Story

Short funny clinic story about unexpectedly finding a cigarette and the reaction it may illicit.

 

Related articles:
Short funny clinic story
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/11372
Finding cigarettes
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/11340


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 07:56 AM

Be Prepared For Holiday Triggers

While filmed on Thanksgiving 2011, video relates to how any holiday or special annual event can result in more smoking thoughts than normal, and the importance of being mentally prepared for the occurrence of such thoughts.

 

Related articles:
Be Prepared for Holiday Triggers
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/163
Holidays
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/12542

Related video:
Holidays that result in three day weekends
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=BGCFdg...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 07:57 AM

Boy Do I Deserve A Cigarette For That!

Video discusses the irony of how many people often feel that they need to reward themselves with a cigarette for getting through a major obstacle.

 

Related article:
"I got through a month without smoking--Boy do I deserve a cigarette for that!"
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/22880


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 07:58 AM

Terrible 3s

Video discussing why people "may" have problems at three day and three month marks.

 

Related article:
The Miserable Threes
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/13906
The terrible threes
http://ffn.yuku.com/.../12531/The-T...

Other related videos:
How long before I don't want a cigarette
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=CLp_ic...
Change of season triggers
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=ADlHtj...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:00 AM

I'll Come For Reinforcement When I Need It

Video talks about the benefits of regularly reinforcing your quit when things are easy as opposed to relapsing and having to try to quit again.

 

Related resources:
Come Share Your Strength Come Recognize Your Vulnerabilities
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/186


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:01 AM

The Only Time I Think Of Smoking Is When I Get One Of Your Stupid Letters

Talks about the origins of the material that makes up the book "Never take another puff."

 

Related article:
"The only time I think of cigarettes is when I receive one of your stupid letters!"
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/11386

Link to all articles:
http://www.whyquit.com/joel/#articles

Link to free books:
http://www.whyquit.com/joel/#book


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:03 AM

What Is Your Quit Smoking Mantra?

Many people use mantras to help them to quit smoking. This video discusses the limitations of simply relying on a mantra to focus your attention as to why you quit smoking.

 


Related articles:
Smoking is an option
http://ffn.yuku.com/.../11402/Smoki...
Never take another puff
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/11384
Just think about something else
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/173


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:34 PM

I Don't Feel Any Better Since I Quit Smoking!

Video discusses how some improvements happen gradually after a person quits smoking, and sometimes go totally unnoticed. It is beneficial to try to take note when improvements do occur for doing so can very well assist former smokers in keeping their resolve strong to never take another puff.

 

Related articles:
Make a list of why you want to quit smoking
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/11575
"I feel 100% better since I quit smoking!"
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/9954


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:36 PM

Carrying Cigarettes

Video discusses the pitfalls of keeping and carrying cigarettes after you have quit smoking.

 

Related article:
"I'm going to have to carry cigarettes with me at all times for me to quit smoking."
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/22987

Related video:
"What should I do with my leftover cigarettes?"
https://www.youtube....atch?v=B-vrU...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:38 PM

Smoking Doesn't Help Solve Stress

Video discusses how smoking cannot solve stress, and in actuality usually results in making people more nervous in general than if they were former smokers or had never smoked in their lives.

 

Originally, a response to a Freedom from Nicotine member writing about facing a stressful situation early in his quit.

Related article:
I have to smoke because of all my stress
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/15534

Related videos:
"I'll be a nervous wreck forever if I quit smoking
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=IJBu7B...
Why do smokers smoke
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=S9AmZi...
Smoking does not help you overcome stress
https://www.youtube....atch?v=buyqv...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:39 PM

Offers For Cigarettes

Suggestion on how to deal with individuals who try to undercut your quit by pressing you to take a cigarette.

 

Related articles:
Offers for cigarettes
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/11342
Negative Support from Others
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/23019


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:41 PM

Finding Cigarettes

Suggestion on how to deal with the situation of having other smokers in your home leaving cigarettes behind after they leave the house.

 

Related articles:
Finding cigarettes
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/11340
Offers for cigarettes
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/11342
Negative support from others
http://ffn.yuku.com/topic/23019
Carrying cigarettes
https://www.youtube....atch?v=J9XCz...

Related video:
Short funny clinic story
http://www.youtube.c...tch?v=GtwXDb...


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:42 PM

Smoking Triggers

Video discussing why triggers can often create thoughts for cigarettes over time.

 

Related resources:
Craves and thoughts that occur over time
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/207


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ


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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:43 PM

Complacency

Video discussing the importance of not allowing yourself to become complacent after longer term success not smoking.

 

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Complacency
http://www.ffn.yuku.com/topic/12452


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Coffee; the industrial lubricant of society.  I'm much too tired to imagine my toil without this potent tonic that so generously replenishes my efficacy.--MQ

 

Knowledge is power but only when it leads to comprehension.

 

You, me and millions more rationalized smoking even though we knew the deadly consequences.  Use those same disciplined rationalization skills to justify quitting smoking.  Think about that for a minute.  If we could rationalize smoking knowing full well the damaging effects it had on our health, why can’t we rationalize quitting smoking knowing full well the health benefits of quitting?--MQ





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