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BS: another no smoking thread

Slag 17 Sep 10 - 06:56 PM
Ebbie 16 Sep 10 - 11:47 PM
Chip2447 16 Sep 10 - 05:17 PM
Bryn Pugh 18 Sep 09 - 04:28 AM
Morticia 18 Sep 09 - 04:26 AM
Skivee 18 Sep 09 - 01:06 AM
Chip2447 17 Sep 09 - 11:44 PM
Chip2447 24 Sep 07 - 11:56 PM
Alice 24 Sep 07 - 09:49 PM
Catherine Jayne 24 Sep 07 - 03:27 PM
Davie_ 24 Sep 07 - 03:02 PM
Chip2447 09 Sep 07 - 02:09 PM
Morticia 09 Sep 07 - 06:47 AM
Liz the Squeak 09 Sep 07 - 03:06 AM
Chip2447 09 Sep 07 - 02:09 AM
Leadfingers 29 Aug 07 - 08:33 PM
Rog Peek 29 Aug 07 - 03:27 PM
Chip2447 28 Aug 07 - 10:14 PM
Mickey191 25 Aug 07 - 10:12 AM
Mickey191 24 Aug 07 - 09:54 PM
John MacKenzie 24 Aug 07 - 12:39 PM
GUEST,elbows 24 Aug 07 - 11:39 AM
Rog Peek 23 Aug 07 - 02:05 PM
Chip2447 23 Aug 07 - 08:24 AM
Rog Peek 22 Aug 07 - 07:34 PM
Mr Happy 22 Aug 07 - 10:00 AM
Paco Rabanne 22 Aug 07 - 08:11 AM
John O'L 22 Aug 07 - 05:20 AM
Liz the Squeak 22 Aug 07 - 02:00 AM
Chip2447 21 Aug 07 - 11:11 PM
nutty 14 Apr 05 - 06:01 PM
Chip2447 14 Apr 05 - 05:14 PM
jeffp 14 Apr 05 - 01:57 PM
Morticia 14 Apr 05 - 01:54 PM
Dave the Gnome 14 Apr 05 - 11:08 AM
GUEST,Jim 14 Apr 05 - 10:50 AM
jeffp 14 Apr 05 - 10:38 AM
GUEST,Jim 14 Apr 05 - 10:27 AM
Gervase 05 Jan 05 - 12:37 PM
Ellenpoly 04 Jan 05 - 10:24 AM
Cllr 04 Jan 05 - 09:31 AM
Morticia 04 Jan 05 - 09:07 AM
Peace 03 Jan 05 - 08:04 PM
GUEST,Biskit~ just passin' through~ 03 Jan 05 - 08:00 PM
Chip2447 03 Jan 05 - 07:12 PM
kendall 03 Jan 05 - 05:26 PM
MMario 03 Jan 05 - 04:11 PM
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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Slag
Date: 17 Sep 10 - 06:56 PM

In a way, it is really easy. You are in an argument with an addiction. It has only one argument: "Do it!" Your's is the simple counter to anyone or anything that is urging you to do something you know is wrong: "NO!" You just keep saying "NO" to the "yes" urges and eventually, they will give up and go away. That's a promise because that "yes" urge is really a lie, and you know it.

Beside, many of us, most of us are rooting in your favor! You CAN DO IT!


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Ebbie
Date: 16 Sep 10 - 11:47 PM

You know, for me it's been 32 years - or is it 33? -and some months since I last had a cigarette. It is not a struggle for me anymore and hasn't been for years but every once in a while I wonder...

Like the time a few months ago when I found an open pack on the sidewalk with 9 or 10 ciggies in it. I didn't linger and lust over them- I just marched straight down the street two blocks and took the pack to our local homeless shelter where they were appreciatively received.

What an ugly, pointless habit- and no Brownie points for a one.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 16 Sep 10 - 05:17 PM

Three years on, and still smoke free.


I'm convinced that I'm finished with them once and for all this time.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Bryn Pugh
Date: 18 Sep 09 - 04:28 AM

Well done, all of you.

I have not smoked for four years now, and the only ill effect I have known is that I can't abear to be near someone who is, or has been, smoking.

Mind you, "they" say there's none as chaste as a reformed whore . . .


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Morticia
Date: 18 Sep 09 - 04:26 AM

Didn't crack it the time I started this thread but have been 'clean' for about 4 and half years


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Skivee
Date: 18 Sep 09 - 01:06 AM

Good for You, Chip!


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 17 Sep 09 - 11:44 PM

More than two years on, and I'm still smoke free. I'm done with them for good this time.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 11:56 PM

Six weeks, most of the time I don't even miss em. Then, there are the others when a cigarette would be the perfect addition to my life. Up to this point I have managed to "Just say no" and the mental craving passes fairly quickly.

Chip...


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Alice
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 09:49 PM

Congratulations!


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Catherine Jayne
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 03:27 PM

It's been about 13 months since I last had a cigarette and I don't ever want to have another one! I tried to stop smoking on many occassions but always went back to it. Sometimes when I am really stressed I think I would like a cig but I never actually go out and buy some. My health is better, my clothes, hair and breath smell better. I even drink less than I used to, actually I rarely have an alcoholic drink now. Smoking was a coping mechanism and a habbit for me that I am glad I no longer have.

Congratulations to everyone for keeping up the hard work....congrats to you too Morti, I know how hard you found it in the beginning.

Khatt


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Davie_
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 03:02 PM

After 41 years of convincing myself I enjoyed the smoking game, I have managed to not put a cig in my mouth since 10 May this year, survived Whitby, and am really enjoying the new tastes and smells. More importantly it allows me to hold my notes longer onflute. Stick with it all you achievers.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 09 Sep 07 - 02:09 PM

thank you very much Ladies, your support is greatly appreciated.

Morty, this is four+ years since you started this thread, I'M glad that you've made it this far, keep it up...

Chip


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Morticia
Date: 09 Sep 07 - 06:47 AM

I am still not smoking but I'd be a liar if I said I don't miss it. It is a battle even now.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 09 Sep 07 - 03:06 AM

Good for you Chip - keep at it!

LTS


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 09 Sep 07 - 02:09 AM

REFRESH...

26 days in this time, tempted a time or two, successful in fighting the temptation.

Chip


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Leadfingers
Date: 29 Aug 07 - 08:33 PM

100 and good luck to all who are trying to Buck the Habit


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Rog Peek
Date: 29 Aug 07 - 03:27 PM

Jack was a very heavy smoker who coughed so much, that one day his wife said "Jack, if you don't stop smoking, you are surely going to cough your guts up."
"Don't be daft" Jack said dismissively, "your talking nonsense."
So, his wife decided she would teach him a lesson. She went down to the butcher and bought a couple of pounds of pigs intestines. When Jack was asleep that night she placed the intestines next to every orifice in his body.
The next morning when she woke, she found Jack sitting on the edge of the bed, his face as white as a sheet.
"What's the matter" she said
"You were right he said, I did cough my guts up, but it's alright" he continued, "I managed to get it all back in again!"


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 28 Aug 07 - 10:14 PM

Doing well so far, touch wood. almost through the first 2 weeks of the patch. They seem to take the edge off off the nicotine addiction, it's the mental addiction to lighting, inhaling, and smoking a butt is not even as bad as it has been in the past, still though I find my self fighting it. I seem to be keeping the weight down as well...

Thanx for your support...

Chip


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Mickey191
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 10:12 AM

To repeat an oft told tale. Four weeks ago, my friend's husband went to Dr. for a _slight_ cough. The long and short of it--Cancer in lung & lesion in the brain. The one good thing-he's had his radiation & chemo & has finished the course already. Now they wait.

Their strapping 6' 2" son will be finishing his long course of treatment for cancer of the tonsils. (The second case of this I've heard in the last month.)He never smoked. One wonders about second hand smoke-he grew up in a house of smokers.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Mickey191
Date: 24 Aug 07 - 09:54 PM

I went from 3 packs to zero with absolutely no problems. When I lit the last one - it was not on my mind to quit. Rainy day-smokin' & reading & when I left the room to put the kettle on I was still dragging on it. I walked back & suddenly the smell & looking at the ashtray--I just said"that's it!" Twenty seven years & I can sometimes still detect the aroma from an old book. Truth to tell-I don't know how my husband stood it. It sure does stink!!!


Morticia, you will succeed! Keep positive thoughts.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 24 Aug 07 - 12:39 PM

Well I spent about 25 minutes in a tent with 2 smokers in the company on Wednesday night, and I'm only just getting over the irritating cough it has engendered.
I really really hate cigarette smoke, it makes me feel ill.
G.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: GUEST,elbows
Date: 24 Aug 07 - 11:39 AM

hak choke splutter huuuh haaah flem cough haaak haaak never done me any harm,choke


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Rog Peek
Date: 23 Aug 07 - 02:05 PM

Sorry Chip2447, didn't realise you were at it too, best o' luck, don't give up!. Wooops, I mean DO give up uhhhh, what I mean is don't give up giving up!   Oh YOU know what I mean.......Don't you?


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 23 Aug 07 - 08:24 AM

Thanks folks, you don't know how much seeing your support is helping.

Thanx


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Rog Peek
Date: 22 Aug 07 - 07:34 PM

When I gave up 30 years ago, I was a very addicted smoker, 40 to 50 a day. It was very, very hard giving up, and that is why I never started again. I was hell to live with, I sucked menthol and eucalyptus sweets until I had a mouth full of ulcers and then went on the Rinstead Pastills. So Morticia if your finding it really hard, stick with it, because when you do finally kick the habit, you won't be one of those people who starts again "because it'll be easy to give up again".


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Mr Happy
Date: 22 Aug 07 - 10:00 AM

'Er indoors wanted to be a few jumps ahead of the UK smoking ban & planned to pack up after her birthday at beginning of May this year.

I April or so I bought a fiddle on special offer for about £30.00, intending to learn it.

Couldn't do, so laid aside.

Mrs H had a few tries too & said she'd always wanted to learn it.

When she gave up the fags following her birthday, she took up the fiddle very seriously, also using the activity as a diversion to keep her mind off 'the noxious weed'.

Well she's not had a 'gasper' for 4 months now & has learned to play several recognisable tunes, even plucking up enough courage to come out to pub sessions with me & lead some tunes.


Similat to what LtS suggested above, having something to keep your hands [& mind] occupied is one of the key problems which can be addressed in this way.

Good luck Chip2447, & keep us posted!


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Paco Rabanne
Date: 22 Aug 07 - 08:11 AM

Hey Chip,
         Are you in England? I stopped 5weeks ago with a drug prescribed for me by my doctor called 'champix' which I understand to be a derivative of Zyban. So far it's been a doddle, next to no cravings at all. The trouble I found with patches is that you are still ingesting nicotine, so they never worked for me. Get some Champix.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: John O'L
Date: 22 Aug 07 - 05:20 AM

It's been over two years now, and I hardly ever even think of it any more.

The only thing I'd complain about is that I've put on 15 kg and haven't been able to get rid of it. I've heard that the sensors on your tongue that detect cigarette smoke are the same ones that detect sweet stuff and it's easier to give up the smoke if you step up the sugar intake accordingly.
I don't have a habit any more, now I just indulge myself because I've been doing it for two years and it's good fun. There are some wonderful tastes out there. Hmm. I wonder...
Is there a bit of Tiramisu left...?


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 22 Aug 07 - 02:00 AM

Chip - try taking up a craft thing to do with your hands (not as a friend of mine did, took up "something", got RSI in one hand, chronic dehydration and nearly went blind), like sewing or knitting... something that will keep your fingers occupied but will have a positive outcome. It will be difficult at first but soon, like my mother, you'll be making 3 knitted dolls a week. She sold them and gave the money to a charity. The money she normally spent on cigarettes went on more wool and stuffing.

Replace one addiction with another by all means, but make sure it's a healthy addiction.

Good luck with it... Morty - do we get an update?

LTS


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 21 Aug 07 - 11:11 PM

Having fallen from grace and the wagon, I'm giving it another go. This time instead of going in half hearted and half assed I've admitted to myself that I'm addicted both physically and mentally to nicotine and the act of smoking, but I know that they will KILL me if they get the chance. This wasnt much of an issue pushing 20, or 30. But now, with one foot on the train and the other nearing the platform marked 50 it has become paramount to me that it's time to do it...for good!!!

I made excuses before, It's only a half a pack a day, I like the act of smoking, I like the tasted of smoking. Now, I have to quit and make it stick. This makes the umpteenth time that I've "quit" stopped is a better choice of words, and I've gone from 6 months to 3 years, (I can't answer why, after 3 years I restarted, so please, don't ask.)

Had my LAST cigarette Yesterday about noon, The patch is helping to take the edge off this time, but I find the mental addiction to act of smoking to be the real kicker. That whole oral fixation thing I suppose, chewing gum, and on soda straws as well as sucking on ice seem to be working, for now.

I would appreciate any support taht any of you ex smokers, now smokers, and people who have realized that they are ADDICTED and want to join me.

Thanks Mudcatters, you folks are a blast to hang around with.
Chip


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: nutty
Date: 14 Apr 05 - 06:01 PM

4years 4 months for me .....still get the cravings but I know that, now I'm on a pension, I couldn't afford to start smoking again and still manage to get to the places I want to be.

Well done Morticia and anyone else battling on. Keep at it you'll get there in the end.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 14 Apr 05 - 05:14 PM

104 days smoke free, well 103 actually, I smoked 3 cigs at my best friends bachelors party. I think that those were social cigarettes, much akin to having a drink. That was three weeks ago, I havent had any desire to grab a cig since.

Chip2447


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: jeffp
Date: 14 Apr 05 - 01:57 PM

Day after tomorrow will be the 4th anniversary of my last cigarette. Also my 51st birthday.

jeffp


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Morticia
Date: 14 Apr 05 - 01:54 PM

since it came up, I'm still with the programme.....how about you other guys?


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Dave the Gnome
Date: 14 Apr 05 - 11:08 AM

Psycological I reckon, Jim. I have also not smoked for years but occasionaly get the cravings which seem to trigger physical withdrawal symtems. Could be passive smoking with me though coz it is usualy when I am around other smokers - but not always!

Reaction to conditioning I reckon. Like Pavlova's dogs. You know, them that every time you ring a bell they eat a raspberry merigue..:-)

Cheers

DtG


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: GUEST,Jim
Date: 14 Apr 05 - 10:50 AM

Thanks for the post...I guess I neglected to also say that she does not smoke in our home or when I am around (thankfully). It's a quandary. It's on my mind right now because I am currently going through...it normally lasts for about a week. The ironic part is that when she isn't smoking (those times she quits) I don't experience it, grrr...


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: jeffp
Date: 14 Apr 05 - 10:38 AM

Probably not, but you may be picking up from the smoke in the air when you are with her. The passive smoking may be doing it for you.

jeffp


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: GUEST,Jim
Date: 14 Apr 05 - 10:27 AM

Hi:

My wife and I have been together for four years and she is a smoker. This question may seem odd, but I can find no information regarding what I have determined to be a "syndrome". Here it is- I experience withdrawal symptoms on occasion, and I am someone who has not smoked in 10 years. Since I have smoked in the past I well know these symptoms and believe me they are exactly the same as I had when I went without cigarettes. I guess, then, my question is - can I get nicotine from kissing my wife? I am nuts or is this possible?


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Gervase
Date: 05 Jan 05 - 12:37 PM

Keep it up, honey. I'm also trying to bin the bastards, and it's making me an absolute sod to live with (but who the heck would noticve a difference anyway?), so Fiona has my sincerest sympathy.
Roll on Day Six!


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Ellenpoly
Date: 04 Jan 05 - 10:24 AM

Morticia, many months back someone here at Mudcat posted a website which has helped me enormously. You can download the information for free, and once you learn the technique, it only takes about a minute to perform. I can highly recommend this now since I've used it for a number of different things, though not to stop smoking because I don't smoke. But there are loads of people who have used it for exactly that, so do think of going here and having a read. And the best of luck!

EFT Website



..xx..e


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Cllr
Date: 04 Jan 05 - 09:31 AM

WELL DONE MORTICIA KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK (caps lock off)Cllr


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Morticia
Date: 04 Jan 05 - 09:07 AM

thanks for all the encouragment...... now into day four......I have a good feeling that this is going to be it, I will do it this time. Lots of luck Chip,keep us all posted?


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Peace
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 08:04 PM

The cravings do go away.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: GUEST,Biskit~ just passin' through~
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 08:00 PM

Well put Kendall! after a while you'll want to stay away from smokers anyway because they smell awful! It took me 4 tries before I won. but I finally did and so can you!
Love, ~Biskit~


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Chip2447
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 07:12 PM

Motricia,
    I too gave them up as part of the new year. Best of luck and mutual strength. Here's to a smoke free 2005 for the both of us...


Chip2447


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: kendall
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 05:26 PM

A change of attitude and a change of life style is vital. Avoid smokers at all costs, find out what triggers your "need" to smoke and avoid them too. It's work but it's worth it. Just don't wait until it's too late to save your life or your voice as I did. I quit 7 years ago but I wish I had never started, or had quit sooner than I did.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: MMario
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 04:11 PM

day three was always the toughest physically for me (I worked staff at a no smoking kids camp very summer for years - but never managed to keep from going back in the fall)


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Tannywheeler
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 02:09 PM

Hi, guys. I'm so grateful that you are encouraging each other to keep on trying. I know hissy-fits from non-smokers who love you don't carry much weight. But I throw them anyway, in case that particular fit is THE STRAW... for that particular smoker that sets her/him on the path.

Hubby smoked from his early teens to late 50s. Has been quit now about 3&ahalf yrs. For several years he kept trying to sign up in the local VA clinic stop-smoking group ther. session. They have them every day of the week. They never seemed to get him fitted into one on his day off, but finally they did. He went once a week, got the patch, and got a good education. First they covered the chemistry of tobacco and smoke and the effects on human body. Then they started on the Tobacco Industry and its history of sneaking, lying, experimenting with product(and customers thereby) -- general dishonesty, chicanery, price-gouging, ETC.... By the second week he'd stopped buying cigs. After several weeks he was even going off the patches, which had saved me from the mood swings he might have suffered without them. Whenever he seemed to want a cig. he would find me and start reiterating some of the stuff he'd learned. The upshot was that the idea of cigarettes made him ANGRY, not desirous. Eventually, even those moments went away. Now, perhaps, as he keeps track of the meds he takes to cope with the damage he did to himself for years, he is sad sometimes. My mother smoked. I don't know when she started, but was doing it by 21yrs old, when I was born to her. She contemplated quitting in her mid-60s when she was being tested for some trouble in her throat that was interfering with her singing. They first discovered what it was NOT, so she gave up the idea of quitting. Trouble persisted, testing proceeded, cancer was discovered, she decided it was too late to quit!!!!!!! Surgery and chemotherapy seemed to solve the situation temporarily, but -- ZAP -- back IT came. She wouldn't go through another bout of treatment and was dead within 5 months, 2&ahalf months before her 67th b'day. She may be at peace, but her family and friends still miss her terribly. DO NOT go and do likewise.

STOPSMOKINGSTOPSMOKINGSTOPSMOKINGSTOPSMOKINGSTOPSMOKINGSTOPSMOKINGSTOPSMOKINGSTOPSMOKING .....(offered with love)...tw


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: nutty
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 12:01 PM

Good Luck to all of you. I tried many times before I succeeded.

Now my main reward is being able to sing all those songs that disappeared from my repertoire years ago, as my lungs got bunged up with smoke.

The joy of again being able to sing a full range at full power, without worrying that I am going to run out of breath, is not something that I will give up easily.


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Subject: RE: BS: another no smoking thread
From: Cllr
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 08:50 AM

I gave up in Oct 03 and still "not" going strong, good luck morticia


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