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  • "Please don't smoke."
    Hi Joel, It makes sense what you are saying, especially for sometimes over-enthusiastic new quitters. It seems that as soon as one stops smoking, one immediately wants to convert all remaining smokers around him or her. And the usual mistake is interfering with other people's life and engaging one's...
    by candy tasi Posted in Youth Dependency Prevention
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    Last post by Joel
    October 30th, 2007, 6:53 am
  • "Please don't smoke."
    Hi Joel, It makes sense what you are saying, especially for sometimes over-enthusiastic new quitters. It seems that as soon as one stops smoking, one immediately wants to convert all remaining smokers around him or her. And the usual mistake is interfering with other people's life and engaging one's...
    by candy tasi Posted in
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    Last post by Joel
    May 24th, 2002, 5:55 am
  • "Please don't smoke."
    Hi Joel, It makes sense what you are saying, especially for sometimes over-enthusiastic new quitters. It seems that as soon as one stops smoking, one immediately wants to convert all remaining smokers around him or her. And the usual mistake is interfering with other people's life and engaging one's...
    by candy tasi Posted in Prevent - Teen
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    Last post by Joel
    December 3rd, 2008, 7:20 am
  • Sleep Adjustments
    Hi! As for sleeping - I sure did sleep some more during the first days of my quit - but after the first week passed, I woke up one day with a clear head and could concentrate and start my day as soon as I opened my eyes. That was (after 20 years of smoking) a new and fantastic feelings for me. When...
    by candy tasi Posted in
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    Last post by GrumpyOMrsS (Gold)
    August 31st, 2001, 12:58 am
  • Sleep Adjustments
    Hi! As for sleeping - I sure did sleep some more during the first days of my quit - but after the first week passed, I woke up one day with a clear head and could concentrate and start my day as soon as I opened my eyes. That was (after 20 years of smoking) a new and fantastic feelings for me. When...
    by candy tasi Posted in Glory Week
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    Last post by GrumpyOMrsS (Gold)
    August 31st, 2001, 12:58 am
  • Sleep Adjustments
    Hi! As for sleeping - I sure did sleep some more during the first days of my quit - but after the first week passed, I woke up one day with a clear head and could concentrate and start my day as soon as I opened my eyes. That was (after 20 years of smoking) a new and fantastic feelings for me. When...
    by candy tasi Posted in Physical
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    Last post by JohnPolito
    October 21st, 2012, 10:55 am