And on the seventh day

Subconscious use cue extinguishment
Joined: 07 Jan 2009, 19:56

16 Jan 2002, 09:11 #26

Dear Bob,
Thank you for your insight on this. I may go this weekend ..............but I may wait until next. What ever I do I will read and read before I go.
Thak you for the advice
Fonda
14 days today
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Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:59

01 May 2002, 07:46 #27

For Colm.

Hey, Bob, if you pop in, we miss you around here. Hope things are settling down for you. Enjoy the awesome, smoke-free view.
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Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:44

16 Aug 2002, 04:43 #28

Bob,
Awesome thread! thank you. That's EXACTLY what happened to me when I went out on day 5. Some triggers but not an ounce of thought of smoking. I also feel sorry for smokers when I see them now because they can't stop and I did. I know I'll be ok now this weekend and I'm definitely printing this one out to ttake with me.-Ariella
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Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:58

19 Feb 2006, 08:10 #29

From above for those going out tonight....

Also, be careful with the booze. Don't allow a buzz to lull you into making a mistake. Oh, and remember the ultimate weapon. You will absolutely positively make it through the night if you refuse to take even one puff. It sounds so ridiculously simple, but it's an effective weapon when you call on it.
Never Take Another Puff!
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Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:58

11 Mar 2007, 07:47 #30

From above for those going out tonight a message from O'Bob at 1 week ....

Also, be careful with the booze. Don't allow a buzz to lull you into making a mistake. Oh, and remember the ultimate weapon. You will absolutely positively make it through the night if you refuse to take even one puff. It sounds so ridiculously simple, but it's an effective weapon when you call on it.
Never Take Another Puff!
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Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:57

18 Mar 2008, 05:33 #31

"Commit to returning home without taking a puff, no matter what the triggers. Know that when the night is over, you will hit the hay quit intact. Then, meet'm greet'm and beat'm."

- from O'Bob's original post
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