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I have a confession............smoked 2 cigarettes since 18:00 pm.

went to the pub....couldn't help it....

fell off the Wagon......

best smokes ever......

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I have a confession............smoked 2 cigarettes since 18:00 pm.

went to the pub....couldn't help it....

fell off the Wagon......

best smokes ever......
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No problem. Get back on the wagon.
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I have a confession............smoked 2 cigarettes since 18:00 pm.

went to the pub....couldn't help it....

fell off the Wagon......

best smokes ever......
 Quoting: Jasper


JASPER! What have you done????

Just kidding, get back on the wagon!

Read this

[link to whyquit.com]

exerpt (this really opened my eyes)

During World War II, in concentration camps in Germany, prisoners were not given enough food to fulfill minimum caloric nutritional requirements. They were literally starving to death. A common practice among smoking prisoners was to trade away their scarce supplies of life sustaining food for cigarettes. Even today, in underdeveloped countries, such as Bangladesh, parents with starving children barter away essential food for cigarettes. This is not normal behavior

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He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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I have a confession............smoked 2 cigarettes since 18:00 pm.

went to the pub....couldn't help it....

fell off the Wagon......

best smokes ever......

 Quoting: Jasper


Doesn't sound like you are ready to let em go.

We will be here when you are ready.

31 today.

oneLOVEsoulJAH
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Yeah....i'm not impressed with myself,..

both the cigarettes gave me Hiccups..which means they were irritating my lymphatic system ....

but i did go cold turkey, and i am not a very nice person to be around.......at the best of times..

this is just a minor glitch in the non smoking matrix!!

everything will sort itself out in the long run...

life is good....smoking is BAD...

M'KAY

P.S...I am ready to quit... it's not like i went out and bought a pack of 20 and said "Fuck It" i'll quit later..

Iv'e still quit ...

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Yeah....i'm not impressed with myself,..

both the cigarettes gave me Hiccups..which means they were irritating my lymphatic system ....

but i did go cold turkey, and i am not a very nice person to be around.......at the best of times..

this is just a minor glitch in the non smoking matrix!!

everything will sort itself out in the long run...

life is good....smoking is BAD...

M'KAY

P.S...I am ready to quit... it's not like i went out and bought a pack of 20 and said "Fuck It" i'll quit later..

Iv'e still quit ...
 Quoting: Jasper


red_heartbumpred_heart

Yah know, sometimes it is great to be proved wrong!

I am really glad you shared what you just have, cause when you wrote about how good those 2 smokes tasted, well I gotta tell ya, I was worried.

oneLOVE

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Momentary lapse, Jasper. No harm, no foul. Still a top man in my book.

Hell of a lot further down the road then when you started. And you have a fresh newly painted room.

Thanks for taking the time and being honest about the two smokes. Many would just say screw it and keep it to themselves. It's generous of you and it let's all of us know that it's easy to pick-up a smoke and also that the sky didn't fall, the moon is out, and the sun will rise tomorrow.

If you want to remain free from the toxic sticks, remain on point. This addiction is cunning and I've seen pals who quit for a time, picked-up a few smokes, and then were off to the races smoking like they never quit. Back in full-bloom addiction. I don't see that happening to you by a long shot. I've seen you showing-up and being fiercely dedicated to putting the toxic bastards down. You're smoke-free as you read this so you're right back on the road.

You've got a lot of friends here, Jasper. For me, I have no doubt you'll stay off the smokes if you want to.

Again, thanks for your honesty. Best gift we can give each other.
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OneLove 31. Fantastic. Well-earned. So happy for you. Jah is Jah.
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Thanks for the post, CHL. When you hear about the neglectful crack addict running the streets and leaving their young kids home in squallor, the heroin addict fiending and stealing his elderly mother's tv to cop a bag or bundle, or the boozer on a bender driving with their kids, it's clear how darkly powerful all addiction is. It seems to want to diminish us. Kill us physically or spiritually. Sometimes blatantly but more times than not subtly and slowly. That nicotine is chosen over food is no surprize. A terrible master. All addiction. Thank God we pulled the curtain back (for me it was simply God's grace and nothing that I had done) and saw the lie. Saw the freedom that is our birthright.

I miss smoking from time to time. Sometimes more than I like to admit. But I seem to think it through (thus far) to where it leaves me; a slave, a robot, a shell in chains.

Hour at a time, I choose not to smoke.

I'm extremely grateful to every person here.
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Momentary lapse, Jasper. No harm, no foul. Still a top man in my book.

Hell of a lot further down the road then when you started. And you have a fresh newly painted room.

Thanks for taking the time and being honest about the two smokes. Many would just say screw it and keep it to themselves. It's generous of you and it let's all of us know that it's easy to pick-up a smoke and also that the sky didn't fall, the moon is out, and the sun will rise tomorrow.

If you want to remain free from the toxic sticks, remain on point. This addiction is cunning and I've seen pals who quit for a time, picked-up a few smokes, and then were off to the races smoking like they never quit. Back in full-bloom addiction. I don't see that happening to you by a long shot. I've seen you showing-up and being fiercely dedicated to putting the toxic bastards down. You're smoke-free as you read this so you're right back on the road.

You've got a lot of friends here, Jasper. For me, I have no doubt you'll stay off the smokes if you want to.

Again, thanks for your honesty. Best gift we can give each other.
 Quoting: BxMac


thanks for the support it is much appreciated,

2 smokes = my bad

i was offered more than that over the course of the time i was out ( Turned down 4 )

explaining to the bar staff why i was standing on my own was good,

when i said that everyone else was outside smoking and i didn't want to....even though i caved in twice!!

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day 31 for me.
i have washed and re-washed all my clothes and jackets and the smoke smell lingers. i can't buy all new clothes so i am off to find a detergent that will rid the material of this smell, if one exists.

today i was able to take deep breaths without feeling the sore insides of my lungs or coughing and hacking. made me smile. i am on the mend.

i remember when i quit the first time more than 20 years ago. i fell off the wagon a couple times and always regretted it big time. i smelled and felt awful, lungs hurt, felt shame. so glad i don't have to feel that way today.
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Thanks for the post, CHL. When you hear about the neglectful crack addict running the streets and leaving their young kids home in squallor, the heroin addict fiending and stealing his elderly mother's tv to cop a bag or bundle, or the boozer on a bender driving with their kids, it's clear how darkly powerful all addiction is. It seems to want to diminish us. Kill us physically or spiritually. Sometimes blatantly but more times than not subtly and slowly. That nicotine is chosen over food is no surprize. A terrible master. All addiction. Thank God we pulled the curtain back (for me it was simply God's grace and nothing that I had done) and saw the lie. Saw the freedom that is our birthright.

I miss smoking from time to time. Sometimes more than I like to admit. But I seem to think it through (thus far) to where it leaves me; a slave, a robot, a shell in chains.

Hour at a time, I choose not to smoke.

I'm extremely grateful to every person here.
 Quoting: BxMac


Tell you what Mac, and Jasper and all others reading, there is never more than a thousand times a day that I find myself wanting to smoke and it would be soooooooo easy to do so but I choose to ride it out and it goes away.

I even had a couple smoking dreams last night and this time, I didn't feel guilty at all during them.... which in turn led to waking up wanting to smoke myself silly. Again the choice being clear, food for the kids or smokes.....life or death.....light or dark.....up or down (figuratively of course)

Anyway, I ramble therefore I am! lol
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He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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day 31 for me.
i have washed and re-washed all my clothes and jackets and the smoke smell lingers. i can't buy all new clothes so i am off to find a detergent that will rid the material of this smell, if one exists.

today i was able to take deep breaths without feeling the sore insides of my lungs or coughing and hacking. made me smile. i am on the mend.

i remember when i quit the first time more than 20 years ago. i fell off the wagon a couple times and always regretted it big time. i smelled and felt awful, lungs hurt, felt shame. so glad i don't have to feel that way today.
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Way to be lady, you got this shit handled and for good this time!

I feel ya on the deep breaths that have been absent for so long as well as the general smell of outside is really icing on the cake.
Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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bigbump

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Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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Thought I would share......

I smoked 30 years, from age 10 to 40. Tried to quit mega multiple times.

Finally, I heard about hypnosis and for $125.00, I thought it was a pretty good deal to try.
So I did the session, Guy had me relax and stare at any object, etc and then he went into this long, flowing stream of statements while I was just chilling, like "you're actually a non smoker, and you are gonna leave the cigarettes behind, while you journey to better health, and becoming physically stronger, etc," -not those exact words, but that was the gist of it, and it went on for a good 5 minutes.
Then, he said, -here are a couple tools to take with you, to alter your urge, and when you feel that stress trigger that causes a smoker to reach for the ciggarettes, you place thumb and 2 fingers together, and take a deep breath.
Think of the word breathe as often as you can comfortably, and take a deep breath.
When you see someone else breathe, hear the word breathe, or see the word breathe, you also take a deep breathe.
(to this day, I still do it automatically)
(guess I was willing to be programmed)
As many times a day as you can, take a deep breath, then take a second one. Then as you exhale, let your whole body relax, saying the word: r-e-l-a-x..........
Do this when you get in the car, when you arrive, when you get home, as much as you can, because smoking is a stress related habit.
Next, flood your body with liquid to get all the gunk out.
As much as you can stand.

Next, think only of what you are going to do, (like the breathing, drinking, visualizing your new body, life, hiking up a mountain, whatever, etc
Think only of these because when you think of not smoking, not smoking, not smoking, -then the word smoking is still in your conscious, it's like saying, don't think of a pink elephant.

None of it worked.

Just kidding. It worked like a charm, and I never smoked again after I left his office.
20 years later, I never think of them, and I was a fiend.
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day 3... still going strong :)

even had some beers last night, which normally i enjoy with smokes...go hand in hand really. was a bit strange drinking & not smoking, but my resolve was undeterred & had a good evening.

yeya! i think i actually doing this, & cold turkey is not actually that hard...
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Thought I would share......

I smoked 30 years, from age 10 to 40. Tried to quit mega multiple times.

Finally, I heard about hypnosis and for $125.00, I thought it was a pretty good deal to try.
So I did the session, Guy had me relax and stare at any object, etc and then he went into this long, flowing stream of statements while I was just chilling, like "you're actually a non smoker, and you are gonna leave the cigarettes behind, while you journey to better health, and becoming physically stronger, etc," -not those exact words, but that was the gist of it, and it went on for a good 5 minutes.
Then, he said, -here are a couple tools to take with you, to alter your urge, and when you feel that stress trigger that causes a smoker to reach for the ciggarettes, you place thumb and 2 fingers together, and take a deep breath.
Think of the word breathe as often as you can comfortably, and take a deep breath.
When you see someone else breathe, hear the word breathe, or see the word breathe, you also take a deep breathe.
(to this day, I still do it automatically)
(guess I was willing to be programmed)
As many times a day as you can, take a deep breath, then take a second one. Then as you exhale, let your whole body relax, saying the word: r-e-l-a-x..........
Do this when you get in the car, when you arrive, when you get home, as much as you can, because smoking is a stress related habit.
Next, flood your body with liquid to get all the gunk out.
As much as you can stand.

Next, think only of what you are going to do, (like the breathing, drinking, visualizing your new body, life, hiking up a mountain, whatever, etc
Think only of these because when you think of not smoking, not smoking, not smoking, -then the word smoking is still in your conscious, it's like saying, don't think of a pink elephant.

None of it worked.

Just kidding. It worked like a charm, and I never smoked again after I left his office.
20 years later, I never think of them, and I was a fiend.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27168536


Way to testify!

It worked for an old friend of mine as well, she tried to get me to do it 12 yrs ago but I was stupid and kept smoking!

The Allen Carr book was my hypnosis and IT worked, that and wanting to quit the devil weed!
Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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day 3... still going strong :)

even had some beers last night, which normally i enjoy with smokes...go hand in hand really. was a bit strange drinking & not smoking, but my resolve was undeterred & had a good evening.

yeya! i think i actually doing this, & cold turkey is not actually that hard...
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No it's not as proven by me and my wife

And a buziclap for you because you're gonna do it!
Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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Anon 536 - Thanks for that. A great read and twist at the end.."and none of it worked." Funny as hell.

Congratulations on the 20 years and thanks so much for the detailed post (might save someone some hypno visit dough just by reading you). I spent 40 years smoking like a lunatic and so much of my breathing was connected to the white stick. It's good to be reminded to breathe.

Hope to see you back here. Thanks again.
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Whoa, NZ. Day three! Big milestone and the physical addiction is a thing of the past. And you can drink without smoking? God Speed, you magnificent bastard. You came out of the gate determined to quit and you did just that. Wild congratulations to you and much respect.

Please continue to post here and let us know how you're doing. We're all in together.

Again, day three is huge. Congratulations.
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Agree, CHL. No middleground. All in or spiral out. Smokes or food. Up or down. No treading water. Each day a choice, move toward or away from a smoke. Today, the choice is clear. Thanks.
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Hey All,

Have made it to day 14 and it feels awesome! I had been suffering through some pretty strange dreams and insomnia since I quit but I started going for 5 mile walks this week and I'm sore but the fresh air and exertion has helped me sleep like a baby.. Hopefully it will also help me avoid any weight gain!
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Hi my friends.

32 days clean and safe here.

Force for all.

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25 days no marijuana for me : )

smoked everyday for about 5 years

went through serious withdrawal (insomnia, loss of appetite, depression, nausea, 2 week long migrane)

feel AMAZING now!
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25 days no marijuana for me : )

smoked everyday for about 5 years

went through serious withdrawal (insomnia, loss of appetite, depression, nausea, 2 week long migrane)

feel AMAZING now!
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day 31 for me.
i have washed and re-washed all my clothes and jackets and the smoke smell lingers. i can't buy all new clothes so i am off to find a detergent that will rid the material of this smell, if one exists.

today i was able to take deep breaths without feeling the sore insides of my lungs or coughing and hacking. made me smile. i am on the mend.

i remember when i quit the first time more than 20 years ago. i fell off the wagon a couple times and always regretted it big time. i smelled and felt awful, lungs hurt, felt shame. so glad i don't have to feel that way today.
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Salt, hunters wash their clothes in baking soda to get the smells out. Might be worth a try. Hanging tight girl, me proud. hf DF
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Short post here to let you all know the reason for my scarcity on the thread. I am doing great, but two days ago my sweet sweet 89 year old mother in law had a stroke. So my family has a lot on our plate now. I am thankful for those of you keeping the thread active and successful. hfhfhfhfhf DF Will return as often as I can, I am beat, its been a long two days, little sleep ect.
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Good to see you, DF. Sorry about your mother-in-law. I wish her a full recovery and peace to your wife. Thankfully both have you there to love and support them. Four months smoke-free for you, Fox. You rolled-away the stone and now you'll be the rock for your family. Showing-up in a big way. All best.
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Danger - Represent. You were missed and glad to have you back. Over a month clean! What? Amazing. Congratulations.