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I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Antman ()
Date: July 11, 2018 12:15AM

By far one of the hardest addictions to face...agree or disagree?

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: I'm addicted ()
Date: July 11, 2018 12:18AM

to love

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: KDVFW ()
Date: July 11, 2018 12:35AM

. . . peter.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Smokey.McSmokerton ()
Date: July 11, 2018 12:41AM

Bro, I haven't smoked in 22 years and I still have daily cravings. When I get anxious, I will fumble in my shirt pocket for a box of cigarettes that isn't there. I doubt you ever lose that addiction...

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Ray Liotta ()
Date: July 11, 2018 07:09AM

I quit in 2011 after 45 years of smoking and after about 10 months of taking Chantix. Not thinking anything of it at the time, I put a cigarette out one morning. I just never lit another one. It was surprisingly easy. After another few months, I was able to taper off the Chantix as well. Smoking was the stupidest thing I ever did. Glad I was finally able to undo it.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: tobacco free!! ()
Date: July 11, 2018 09:09AM

I quit 20 years ago and I don't want cigarettes anymore. Quitting was awful - terrible physical withdrawal and missing the outlet of the habit. But I got through it and now it's not something that I even think about now.

It's amazing how something that was once so vitally important "gotta have it" to me is now not even a part of my life.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Smoke 2 Vapes 2 Recall 2Quitting ()
Date: July 11, 2018 09:49AM

On and off smoker for about 20 years. Would quit and some kind of crisis would arise and then would start again.

This last time, I quit but started vaping instead. When there was a recall on the vape pens I used, they cleared the shelves of all the cartridges too. I couldn't see myself getting a vape machine -- too much trouble IMO or resorting to e-cigs -- not enough drag ,, not worth it.

I didn't have a used vape cartridge to jerry-rig and DIY so I just stopped. It's been a few months and I don't crave anymore.

The nicotine puts you in a different frame of mind .. keeps you coming back ... what a drug!!

Glad I am not wasting my time, money and myself on that anymore.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: hvuyj ()
Date: July 11, 2018 03:23PM

if you are healthy quit

not everyone can - certain know phsical ailments make quitting highly unlikely - such as having been poisoned badly by (factory) chemicals

there are no known treatments for some physical aliments except by 1-800-bad-drug poison pills which are known at once to be both more harmful than smoking and also not do the job as well

RALH NORTHAM KNOWS THIS AND IS A DEVLISH LIAR. he knows it very well.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: ytycn ()
Date: July 11, 2018 03:25PM

the push for no smoking in government is because they can get higher taxation by EXPORTING TOBACCO than by locals consuming it

they are total liars

today, everything (data, people) about tobacco companies is hidden by 100 fold of lawfirms. you can't find out who is in charge, where it's grown or imported, what the cost of production is. all of it leads to legal firms that are owned by other legal firms

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: 4pfwx ()
Date: July 11, 2018 03:32PM


Tobacco is cheap and effective for these people if used moderately.

EXCEPT FOR GOVERNMENT THEFT INVOLVED

PRICES ARE UP %700

SEVEN HUNDRED PERCENT SINCE NEW JERSEY POLITICIANS GOT IN VIRGINIA


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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Gloryhole addiction ()
Date: July 11, 2018 03:45PM

Ray Liotta Wrote:
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> I quit in 2011 after 45 years of smoking and after
> about 10 months of taking Chantix. Not thinking
> anything of it at the time, I put a cigarette out
> one morning

Did you switch your oral fixation to sucking cock at truck stops?

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Former Smoker ()
Date: July 11, 2018 06:09PM

Antman Wrote:
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> By far one of the hardest addictions to
> face...agree or disagree?

Been 4 years smoke free - congats!

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Rj Reynolds ()
Date: July 11, 2018 09:45PM

Gloryhole addiction Wrote:
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> Ray Liotta Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I quit in 2011 after 45 years of smoking and
> after
> > about 10 months of taking Chantix. Not
> thinking
> > anything of it at the time, I put a cigarette
> out
> > one morning
>
> Did you switch your oral fixation to sucking cock
> at truck stops?

Smokers all love to suck cock.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Are You Coming Out? ()
Date: July 11, 2018 09:51PM

Rj Reynolds Wrote:
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> Gloryhole addiction Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Ray Liotta Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I quit in 2011 after 45 years of smoking and
> > after
> > > about 10 months of taking Chantix. Not
> > thinking
> > > anything of it at the time, I put a cigarette
> > out
> > > one morning
> >
> > Did you switch your oral fixation to sucking
> cock
> > at truck stops?
>
> Smokers all love to suck cock.

So you’re a smoker.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Fixer of It for You ()
Date: July 11, 2018 10:53PM

Rj Reynolds Wrote:
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>
> anti-/b]Smokers all love to suck cock.


FIFY

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Fixer of It for You ()
Date: July 11, 2018 10:54PM

Fixer of It for You Wrote:
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> Rj Reynolds Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> >
> > anti-Smokers all love to suck cock.
>
>
> FIFY

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Antman ()
Date: July 12, 2018 03:57AM

Been about two months for me. Stopped smoking when I was sick. Cigs tasted awful when I was sick and just never went back to them. I tried once while quitting but it was disgusting. So I pretty much have to thank being sick (step and synus infection) for the cure.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Frank7788 ()
Date: September 01, 2019 01:54AM

I've been smoking for several years, but I want to quit. That's why I'm interested in all this stuff about vaping. I've already surfed the Internet and found https://vapingdaily.com/. This is a good vaping information resourse and a community of vapers. It provided me with much useful info, so now I have to choose a proper kind of vapes. Does anypone know anything about nicotine free vape pens? Is it a good choice for a long-term smoker?

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: 3rfere ()
Date: September 01, 2019 03:01PM

Tobacco is cheap and effective for these people if used moderately.

EXCEPT FOR GOVERNMENT THEFT INVOLVED

PRICES ARE UP %700

SEVEN HUNDRED PERCENT SINCE NEW JERSEY POLITICIANS GOT IN VIRGINIA

-----------------

very intersting

700% fuck you

.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: caritu ()
Date: July 30, 2020 03:41PM

I am sure that smoking addiction is one of the most dangerous. Of course, we shouldn't forget about the dependence on hard drugs, but it is much less common. I started smoking in high school. After about six years, I realized that I was addicted to weed. I just wanted to quit smoking it, but I couldn't do it so easily. I have been looking for advice on how to quit smoking for a very long time, but it was difficult to find something. In many forums, the tips are repeated, so I did not find anything useful for myself. I decided to go to extremes and go to the Narcotics Anonymous forum. They gave me a lot of advice, but the most effective one was to go to a rehabilitation center. I was scared to do it, but I decided to take a chance. In the beginning it was very difficult for me, but over time I began to control myself better. I have been able to minimize my smoking to one joint per month. I am sure I will completely quit smoking before the end of this year!

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Cancer Works ()
Date: July 30, 2020 08:08PM

I got lung cancer which made quitting easier. Quit and chew nicotine gum, works.

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: NoMarlboro ()
Date: July 30, 2020 11:35PM

I quit after 40 years of heavy smoking.Over the years I tried patches, nicotine gum, Chantix none of that shit worked. In February I quit cold turkey. It was hard at first. I would get really intense cravings for cigarettes but gradually the cravings became less frequent and the cravings would disappear after 10-15 minutes. Now I don't even miss them at all. I am so glad I quit!

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: 2-pack ()
Date: July 31, 2020 12:53AM


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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: smokerrr ()
Date: July 31, 2020 01:04AM

caritu Wrote:
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> I am sure that smoking addiction is one of the most dangerous. Of course, we shouldn't forget about the dependence on hard drugs, but it is much less common. I started smoking in high school. After about six years, I realized that I was addicted to weed. I just wanted to quit smoking it, but I couldn't do it so easily. I have been looking for advice on
how to quit smoking for a very long time, but it was difficult to find something. In many forums, the tips are repeated, so I did not find anything useful for myself. I decided to go to extremes and go to the Narcotics Anonymous forum. They gave me a lot of advice, but the most effective one was to go to a rehabilitation center. I was scared to do it, but I decided to take a chance. In the beginning it was very difficult for me, but over time I began to control myself better. I have been able to minimize my smoking to one joint per month. I am sure I will completely quit smoking before the end of this year!


Where can I find some more feedback?

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Re: I just quit smoking!
Posted by: Luke. ()
Date: July 31, 2020 01:26AM

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