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  • What about drinking?
    "Both times I starting smoking on the 5th day and both times I started smoking when I had a drink of alcohol. I'm not a big drinker but I don't want to get it in my head that there is something that I have to avoid forever in order to keep not smoking." I was the same way. However, back in February,...
    by Zachary Posted in Cue Extinguishment
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    Last post by Joel
    August 10th, 2001, 9:48 pm
  • What about drinking?
    "Both times I starting smoking on the 5th day and both times I started smoking when I had a drink of alcohol. I'm not a big drinker but I don't want to get it in my head that there is something that I have to avoid forever in order to keep not smoking." I was the same way. However, back in February,...
    by Zachary Posted in Craves - Thoughts
    24 Replies
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    Last post by Joel
    August 10th, 2001, 9:48 pm
  • What about drinking?
    "Both times I starting smoking on the 5th day and both times I started smoking when I had a drink of alcohol. I'm not a big drinker but I don't want to get it in my head that there is something that I have to avoid forever in order to keep not smoking." I was the same way. However, back in February,...
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    November 4th, 2000, 12:50 am
  • Breaking Links to Our Crave Generator
    I have to respectfully disagree with the reasoning of this post. When you make an association between a stimulus and response, and it is repeated enough times, there becomes a physical brain thread connection between those two places...the more this action is repeated, the bigger and stronger this c...
    by Zachary Posted in Craves - Thoughts
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    Last post by johnnynonic
    January 2nd, 2009, 10:14 pm
  • Breaking Links to Our Crave Generator
    I have to respectfully disagree with the reasoning of this post. When you make an association between a stimulus and response, and it is repeated enough times, there becomes a physical brain thread connection between those two places...the more this action is repeated, the bigger and stronger this c...
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    Last post by GrizeldaJane
    July 28th, 2000, 2:05 am
  • Breaking Links to Our Crave Generator
    I have to respectfully disagree with the reasoning of this post. When you make an association between a stimulus and response, and it is repeated enough times, there becomes a physical brain thread connection between those two places...the more this action is repeated, the bigger and stronger this c...
    by Zachary Posted in Cue Extinguishment
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    Last post by Johnnie
    August 28th, 2010, 4:21 pm
  • HELP
    Sheri~ Like you, I have found that my quit has been getting a bit...difficult is the wrong word, I would say tricky. What helps me the best is reading at whyquit.com. Read this link http://www.larrys-dream-inc.com/sandi/TooYoungToDie.htm whenever you get tested and your priorities will be put back i...
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    Last post by quit4good
    January 10th, 2001, 4:29 am
  • HELP
    Sheri~ Like you, I have found that my quit has been getting a bit...difficult is the wrong word, I would say tricky. What helps me the best is reading at whyquit.com. Read this link http://www.larrys-dream-inc.com/sandi/TooYoungToDie.htm whenever you get tested and your priorities will be put back i...
    by Zachary Posted in Cue Extinguishment
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    Last post by quit4good
    January 10th, 2001, 4:29 am
  • HELP
    Sheri~ Like you, I have found that my quit has been getting a bit...difficult is the wrong word, I would say tricky. What helps me the best is reading at whyquit.com. Read this link http://www.larrys-dream-inc.com/sandi/TooYoungToDie.htm whenever you get tested and your priorities will be put back i...
    by Zachary Posted in Craves - Thoughts
    9 Replies
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    Last post by quit4good
    January 10th, 2001, 4:29 am