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Old 14.08.2011, 09:35
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A fresh start. With smoke free morning
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Old 14.08.2011, 10:08
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Re: Trying to quit

I believe my vacation trip was the perfect time to quit. Different environment, different people, habits, time and schedule.

It help to break the habit and when you come back home to your normal environment, you already did the most difficult time away, so you just keep going.
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I believe my vacation trip was the perfect time to quit. Different environment, different people, habits, time and schedule.

It help to break the habit and when you come back home to your normal environment, you already did the most difficult time away, so you just keep going.
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Old 15.08.2011, 20:31
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44 hours and 58 minutes, I've not smoked. I wonder; how long it takes to get rid off this killing craving of nicotine?
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Brilliant - keep going.

(bad news is, for some, the craving stays for a very very (very) long time). xx
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Re: Trying to quit

Allen Carr's book is great. Here it is in PDF form:

http://quitober.com/pdf/AllenCarrEas...topSmoking.pdf
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44 hours and 58 minutes, I've not smoked. I wonder; how long it takes to get rid off this killing craving of nicotine?
The killing ones? I think few days up to few weeks, but the craving can last for years after quitting.

I don't miss it anymore but in very very stressful situation I did wished to have one to puff the stress out! And I remembered how hard it was to quit and I was all fine again!

Thankfully, I didn't have those feeling since the last 2 years!
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Old 16.08.2011, 00:14
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T I did wished to have one to puff the stress out!
and was that all right for you, you never felt to smoke again after inhaling that 1-2 puffs?
If I gonna take 1-2 puff, I am scared I will end up being chain smoker again .
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and was that all right for you, you never felt to smoke again after inhaling that 1-2 puffs?
If I gonna take 1-2 puff, I am scared I will end up being chain smoker again .
I didn't! I just wish I could had one to get the stress out.

I can smoke Nargile on a nigh out at a coffee place but I won't try a cig, I don't want to go back to step one and I hate smoke and the smell of it, including the stink of the clothes and the breath!

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