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View Diary: I. Am. So. Fed. Up. (Profanity, not for the faint-hearted) (183 comments)

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  •  No, I quit and about a month into it (2+ / 0-)
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    WSComn, BadKitties

    I didn't think about them much (after 30 yrs +/-).  After a year I rarely thought of them.  The key for me, was as I quit I changed how I thought of them.  EVERY time I thought of cigarettes I thought of coughing, hacking, choking, spitting, stinking, wheezing...I mean I burned those images into my brain whenever, EVERY time I thought of cigarettes.  It was fairly easy to stop thinking about them with that as the mental image, in fact I got a little nauseous just thinking about them to write that.  Beat the addiction mentally and the physical is a breeze if you are like me.

    . On ne gagne que les combats que l'on mène

    by NearlyNormal on Thu Jun 20, 2013 at 11:48:59 AM PDT

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