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  • The Monster Under the Bed
    The monster under MY bed jumped out and tried to "get" me twice today! I was visting a friend who is home sick with the flu and she begged me to go to the store and buy her a pack of cigs. Of course, I didnt want to do it, my new "rightous" self gave her a lecture, but it hasnt been so long that I d...
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    Last post by murphying (Gold)
    April 17th, 2002, 4:37 pm
  • The Monster Under the Bed
    The monster under MY bed jumped out and tried to "get" me twice today! I was visting a friend who is home sick with the flu and she begged me to go to the store and buy her a pack of cigs. Of course, I didnt want to do it, my new "rightous" self gave her a lecture, but it hasnt been so long that I d...
    by finallyquit Posted in Craves - Thoughts
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    Last post by JoeJFree Gold
    December 19th, 2008, 10:43 pm
  • The Monster Under the Bed
    Thank you --how did you know exactly what I needed to hear?. It is very scary out here--not every minute but enough that I have to stay alert and do a lot of positive self-talk. When does a person quit being a person in withdrawal and become a non-smoker and conquer the monster under the bed? Thank ...
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    Last post by murphying (Gold)
    April 17th, 2002, 4:37 pm
  • The Monster Under the Bed
    Thank you --how did you know exactly what I needed to hear?. It is very scary out here--not every minute but enough that I have to stay alert and do a lot of positive self-talk. When does a person quit being a person in withdrawal and become a non-smoker and conquer the monster under the bed? Thank ...
    by finallyquit Posted in Cue Extinguishment
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    Last post by Molette
    November 18th, 2012, 8:03 pm
  • The Monster Under the Bed
    Thank you --how did you know exactly what I needed to hear?. It is very scary out here--not every minute but enough that I have to stay alert and do a lot of positive self-talk. When does a person quit being a person in withdrawal and become a non-smoker and conquer the monster under the bed? Thank ...
    by finallyquit Posted in Craves - Thoughts
    126 Replies
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    Last post by JoeJFree Gold
    December 19th, 2008, 10:43 pm
  • Fell like I'm losing it
    Oh, I can totally relate! I have gained so much weight and feel awful about myself. I am sitting here in my sweats because nothing else fits, its awful trying to stuff myself into suits for work, I just want to stay in my office and not let anybody see me. I dont know what the answer there is--its e...
    by finallyquit Posted in Help Me - SOS
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    Last post by buffey
    April 14th, 2002, 2:16 am
  • Fell like I'm losing it
    Oh, I can totally relate! I have gained so much weight and feel awful about myself. I am sitting here in my sweats because nothing else fits, its awful trying to stuff myself into suits for work, I just want to stay in my office and not let anybody see me. I dont know what the answer there is--its e...
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    Last post by buffey
    April 14th, 2002, 2:16 am
  • Decisons
    I heard a term once that perfectly described me as a smoker. "Shame-based" Shame based kept me from making different (better) decisions for myself. Employment, relationships, quality free time activites, confidence in myself, and of course, always calculating time between nicotine fixes, which absor...
    by finallyquit Posted in The Message Board
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    Last post by Joel Spitzer
    February 1st, 2016, 9:28 pm
  • Decisons
    I heard a term once that perfectly described me as a smoker. "Shame-based" Shame based kept me from making different (better) decisions for myself. Employment, relationships, quality free time activites, confidence in myself, and of course, always calculating time between nicotine fixes, which absor...
    by finallyquit Posted in My New Life ...
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    Last post by Joel
    September 24th, 2002, 4:00 pm
  • Decisons
    I heard a term once that perfectly described me as a smoker. "Shame-based" Shame based kept me from making different (better) decisions for myself. Employment, relationships, quality free time activites, confidence in myself, and of course, always calculating time between nicotine fixes, which absor...
    by finallyquit Posted in
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    Last post by Joel
    September 24th, 2002, 4:00 pm