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2 months ago 0 grapeseed 22 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0

Thanks for bumping.

I really needed to read this today. I am pretty down on myself.

2 months ago 0 Timbo637 751 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 1

Bump up for new users.


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5 years ago 0 mitri 307 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
hi Nonic, hi everybody. I'm back feeling quite guilty for I've been an occasional/social smoker since two years ago. After all, I thought that I'm out of addiction and can withdraw whenever I fancy. Well, the past two weeks I had a very hard time and became a smoker (even if I smoked not more than 3 per day)! Oh please don't shout at me. I'm in my first day of quitting and thought I should share my experience with you not only to ask for your support but also to underline that my smoking was truly linked to the state my anxiety in good and in bad. 
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I am doing a real Rumpelstilskin here...Thank you for shaking me awake.  I find it hard to believe that this post is nearly five years old.  That would mean that I am also five years older, imagine that...Thank you so much for remembering...Now if I can just drift off for awhile...Just kidding, since I am smoke free I have great reserves of energy...
 
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Ray (that is my real name) I think...That would make me Raypelstilskin,  
 
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6 years ago 0 Taajsgpm 24 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Original Post by: Louis
Wow this is really an awesome post.....loved the way Nonic had said things.
Great vid any smoker needs to see that and then get honest with themselves thaks
6 years ago 0 Taajsgpm 24 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Is nicotine the only thing Im addicted to in tobacco? I know there is the psycological addiction and the oral fixation but there must be other drugs in there that my body craves making it sooo hard to stop. I m asking because now Im using Ecig and I still crave it because there is a small amount of nicotine but I think about smoking way less. Thoughts?
6 years ago 0 Louis 13 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Wow this is really an awesome post.....loved the way Nonic had said things.
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I still love this thread. I was re-reading the posts, and trying to click the "this was helpful" button, and finding that I'd already clicked it the last time around. Nonic's writing can be so soothing, while addressing some of the more complicated "stuff" that is tied up with the smoking habit. It's always a good read. 
 
Thanks for bumping it up, Jim. 
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