Re: My resolve..
On 4 okt, 00:02, "DutchVanAfoort" <znib...@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Me? I believe in retraining your brain, so I'd go pay DDSteve
a visit at:http://www.cognitivequitting.com/ ; for a small refresher
course and see what that does to help you get those thoughts of
smoking out of your system and get through this phase of your life
with your quit intact.
Thank you Raoubin ;) That's exactly why I scruffled back to as3.
First: to be reminded what it was like the in the first stages of my
quit, I definitely don't want to go through that again. Second: to
gain strength from all those people who stick through. There's nothing
in life we can't do without a smoke. Except smoking ofcourse. ;)
- Re: First Year Done!!! OF!!
... Yes, thats not a typo. ... Difficult was the smoking. ... The changes in my life since I quit are astounding to me. ...
- Re: Aftermath of quitting
... fade away over the next 2-10 years, or it may be with me for life. ... think I might have known better than to take up smoking. ... really craved a cigarette. ... I drank gallons of ice water. ...
- Re: Diary of a quitter
... I only think about smoking 3 or 4 times...per second. ... I think I have it worked out with the spouse and kids. ... not shortened my life much at all. ... would smoke if they had a brain), yet as a nonsmoker, my brain causes ...
- Re: My first year of freedom and healing
... it's wonderful to realise how great life without smoking can be and so ... How dare anyone lecture me about smoking? ... I remember the burning sensation when the smoke got into my eyes and being ... hope that they will help me to quit smoking. ...
- Re: Another story
... I KNEW WITHOUT A DOUBT THAT I WOULD NEVER SMOKE AGAIN. ... I thought about smoking to "show them", ... Everything about my life is better. ... My post would be nothing if I didn't mention my God. ...