by LA 1
06 May 2002, 13:22
Forum: Milestones
Topic: 365 days - amazing!
Replies: 11
Views: 49

365 days - amazing!

<r>Congratulations! <br/> <br/> Thanks for sharing your GREAT news. You are an inspiration to those of us still slogging our way thru the early days. I can imagine the sense of joy, accomplishment, and pride you must feel. Way to go... <br/> <br/> I was speaking with a friend of mine today...she is ...
by LA 1
06 May 2002, 13:22
Forum: The Message Board
Topic: 365 days - amazing!
Replies: 11
Views: 80

365 days - amazing!

<r>Congratulations! <br/> <br/> Thanks for sharing your GREAT news. You are an inspiration to those of us still slogging our way thru the early days. I can imagine the sense of joy, accomplishment, and pride you must feel. Way to go... <br/> <br/> I was speaking with a friend of mine today...she is ...
by LA 1
06 Apr 2002, 15:01
Forum: Glory Week
Topic: When do the symptoms of withdrawal end?
Replies: 41
Views: 493

When do the symptoms of withdrawal end?

<t>Thanks, Bob. Good point...and good reminder. On a previous quit about 9 years ago, I relapsed after about five months. Still makes me crazy to think about it. It was an alcohol-induced moment...you know...the thought that a cigarette was required to make the magic of the moment complete. And, you...
by LA 1
06 Apr 2002, 14:16
Forum:
Topic: When do the symptoms of withdrawal end?
Replies: 40
Views: 0

When do the symptoms of withdrawal end?

<r><FONT font="LUCIDA HANDWRITING, CURSIVE"><s>[font=LUCIDA HANDWRITING, CURSIVE]</s>What a timely message! John, your comment about getting to know the real "us" is so true. I've been expecting a "major" depression over this loss...but, instead, my laughter and giddiness at work are making my colle...
by LA 1
03 Apr 2002, 14:38
Forum: News & Studies
Topic: Some new findings on Nicotine Addiction
Replies: 50
Views: 4.9K

Some new findings on Nicotine Addiction

<t>Thanks, Joel. Very informative. <br/> <br/> I can't believe the endless power of this "beast." <br/> <br/> (e.g., " ...they may have smoked to celebrate not so much to just pour in more dopamine, but rather to inactivate acetylcholine making the thrill of the accomplishment last longer...") <br/>...