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You can do it.
Yes you can.
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You can do it. Yes....YOU!
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17 Jun 2006, 19:41 #35

From The 1st 72 Hours :
Why Our Prior Quits Failed - A permanent successful quit is not nearly as dependent upon "planning" as it is upon "learning." None of our prior quits failed because we selected the wrong quit date. They failed because we failed to understand and master the core principles underlying our chemical dependency upon nicotine. It doesn't take brute strength or raw courage to quit for the up to 72 hours that may be necessary for the human body to become 100% nicotine clean and chemical withdrawal to peak in intensity. Instead, it takes education, understanding, keeping your core motivations for quitting fresh and vibrant, development of a one day at a time outlook in which you see each hour, challenge, and day of healing and freedom as a full and complete victory each milestone truly reflects, while following only one rule - no nicotine today, Never Take Another Puff ! Rule #1 - Put Your Education First - The below links are a basic roadmap to aid you in navigating the first 72 hours of your wonderful new life! Link 20 is to Joel's Library of about 90 short clinic articles. Since 1972 Joel Spitzer has devoted his life to teaching nicotine dependency prevention and cessation and his Chicago based programs are recognized as some of the most effective anywhere. We strongly encourage you to read and take notes on his entire library . Knowledge truly is power. Here at Freedom we guarantee a 100% success rate for every new member who will follow one simple rule - No Nicotine Today, Never Take Another Puff, Dip, or Chew!Preserving Your Memory of Your Reasons for Quitting
  1. The Law of Addiction
  2. Twenty Basic Quitting Tips
  3. Developing Quit Patience - Just One Day at a Time
  4. Focusing on Victory Here and Now
  5. Correcting Low Blood Sugar Withdrawal Symptoms
  6. Ex-smokers Need Less Caffeine for Same Effect
  7. Using Attitude to Reduce Quit Anxiety
  8. Don't Expect Your Educated Quit to Be Difficult
  9. Master Your Mind's Junkie Thinking
  10. Reconditioning Your Mind's Crave Habit Triggers
  11. Learning to Relax and Embrace Your Craves
  12. Have at Least Three Crave Coping Plans
  13. Quit for Yourself, Not for Others
  14. Get Rid of All Your Cigarettes
  15. Focus Upon the Positive Changes that Will Occur
  16. Prepare Your Mind for Being Around Other Smokers
  17. Withdrawal is Just Your Stepping Stone to Comfort
  18. Create Your Own Zero Tolerance Relapse Policy
  19. Master the Lessons in Joel's Library of Clinic Articles
  20. Mastering the Principles of Nicotine Addiction
  21. Download a Free Quit Statistics Meter
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11 Jan 2007, 08:49 #41

Joel's Videos
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20 Jan 2007, 22:03 #42

Read these carefully. This is a success plan. These are not so much suggestions but rather recommendations for success followd by thousands of others that learned how to live the rest of their lives nicotine, hence smoke, free by never taking another puff.

JoeJ Free 2 years and moving ever onward to the rest and best of my life after literally a life time of tobacco use.
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09 Mar 2007, 09:28 #46

Nicotine has an IQ of zero. You have an IQ of over that!

Educate yourself and learn about nicotine addiction.

You can quit and you can stay quit and you can live your life without having a drug controlling and affecting and damaging and worrying you!

The truth is available at www.whyquit.com . It is free for reading, it is free for sharing. Take full advantage of it!!

No nicotine today, one day at a time.

Never take another puff.

Sal
4 years free
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You can do it!!
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26 Apr 2007, 10:19 #50

From The 1st 72 Hours:
Rule #1 - Put Your Education First - The below links are a basic roadmap to aid you in navigating the first 72 hours of your wonderful new life!
Link 20 is to Joel's Library of about 90 short clinic articles. Since 1972 Joel Spitzer has devoted his life to teaching nicotine dependency prevention and cessation and his Chicago based programs are recognized as some of the most effective anywhere. We strongly encourage you to read and take notes on his entire library . Joel has recently added Joel's Video and Audio Quit Smoking Lessons to the library. Knowledge truly is power. Here at Freedom we guarantee a 100% success rate for every new member who will follow one simple rule - No Nicotine Today, Never Take Another Puff, Dip, or Chew!Preserving Your Memory of Your Reasons for Quitting
  1. The Law of Addiction
  2. Twenty Basic Quitting Tips
  3. Developing Quit Patience - Just One Day at a Time
  4. Focusing on Victory Here and Now
  5. Correcting Low Blood Sugar Withdrawal Symptoms
  6. Ex-smokers Need Less Caffeine for Same Effect
  7. Using Attitude to Reduce Quit Anxiety
  8. Don't Expect Your Educated Quit to Be Difficult
  9. Master Your Mind's Junkie Thinking
  10. Reconditioning Your Mind's Crave Habit Triggers
  11. Learning to Relax and Embrace Your Craves
  12. Have at Least Three Crave Coping Plans
  13. Quit for Yourself, Not for Others
  14. Get Rid of All Your Cigarettes
  15. Focus Upon the Positive Changes that Will Occur
  16. Prepare Your Mind for Being Around Other Smokers
  17. Withdrawal is Just Your Stepping Stone to Comfort
  18. Create Your Own Zero Tolerance Relapse Policy
  19. Master the Lessons in Joel's Library of Clinic Articles
  20. Mastering the Principles of Nicotine Addiction
  21. Download a Free Quit Statistics Meter
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