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#1 SARAH WRIGHT

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 12:34 AM

Hey everyone, you should know that if you really want to quit smoking permanently all the science supports you need real and continuous support for two years. If you don't get it the failure rate is almost 100%! That's right, and by the way that is not new science, that truth has been around for a very long time but unfortunately the big industry that this is didn't want you to really know.

 

So now you need to take that into consideration and get the very real support you need to actually quit smoking for good. There is a solution for all of you but these forum rules don't let me tell you what it is. But we are getting the word out wherever we can to let everyone know the truth so they can achieve their goal for real.



#2 avian3

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 12:44 AM

There is no buried truth. It is all here for anyone to read.

 

You are correct about spam not being allowed anywhere on this forum and that includes in pm's.


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#3 happycat

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 12:49 AM

Don't know what you're selling, sarah, but with the support of QSMB, I was long ago quit for good.

All the support I needed, I found right here.

 

PS The support here is also very real. :)


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#4 Jillar

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 04:45 AM

There is no buried truth. It is all here for anyone to read.
 
You are correct about spam not being allowed anywhere on this forum and that includes in pm's.


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#5 Mike Piano

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 09:42 AM

i am in the presence of a great wisdom.

 

But it isn't you.

 

It's a loving god as i understand him.

 

The truth is?

 

The truth is every loony shows up here sooner or later,,

 

I did sooner,

 

You did later!


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#6 Smokefreetoday

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 02:12 PM

There is no buried truth. It is all here for anyone to read.

 

You are correct about spam not being allowed anywhere on this forum and that includes in pm's.

 Big Like Avian!

 

The truth is here  ... Not One Puff Ever. Spend 2 years learning that and your set.


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#7 Frank

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Posted 07 February 2017 - 07:15 PM

What? Snake oil ?  Done that... It did worse and less effective than chocolate 


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Nov 6, 2011 I decided " I had enough with this sh*t "

I quit because I just got tired of the life under a rock, dark and with not enough air to breathe waiting for the day to get crushed!

Alcohol to a quit is like Kryptonite to Superman

Stop, Think and then React. Not React,Stop and then Think

Practice does not make it perfect, makes it permanent. Practice the right things!

Quitting is by far the best decision for the rest of your life.

If a Doctor gives you 6 months to live, would you start living after the first three? Quit now!

" I am a puff away form a pack a day"

Once you stop puffing or having Nicotine in any form, then and only then your symptoms will stop.

I quit with a frozen turkey. Once I felt comfortable with my quit,  I ate it.

Life is such a good teacher, that if you don't learn the lesson it will repeat it to you.

 

 

 


#8 PussyCat

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Posted 08 February 2017 - 05:20 PM

What? Snake oil ?  Done that... It did worse and less effective than chocolate 

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#9 Dianecz

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Posted 08 February 2017 - 05:51 PM

Oh God... here we go....


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#10 0zone

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Posted 10 February 2017 - 05:27 AM

YOU MEAN I HAVE TO WAIT ANOTHER 1 YEAR AND 11 MONTHS BEFORE I AM A CONFIRMED EX-SMOKER?

 

I CAN'T WAIT THAT LONG!!

 

TOO MUCH PRESSURE, I AM GOING TO LIGHT UP RIGHT NOW!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hogwash, how bow dah?


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Posted 19 February 2017 - 02:50 PM

Sarah,
I have the secret to quitting right here. I'm going to whisper it to you so no one else
hears me. Shhhhhh..............don't put anything between your lips, light it on fire, and inhale.

Oh, wait, that's not forbidden here. I guess me and all of the other long term quitters here got
it wrong.

Only one thing I know of forbidden here, and I say no thanks. You are the lowest of the low
in my book. Trying to get people who are hurting to chase you for an answer. A false profit at that.
Back under your rock slimeball.
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Smoking is no longer an option for me. I no longer smoke. Smoking is just something that I used to do
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Smoking is not treatment. Smoking is the cause.

The usual outcome is only that, because you let it be. The "quitter's" outcome is because we "make it be".

Beat the urge, and the urge will stop beating you.

#12 Dianecz

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Posted 19 February 2017 - 03:05 PM

Oh for the love of God!, is she still knocking around


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#13 T.C.

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Posted 20 February 2017 - 11:36 AM

I read the initial post and to me it is just all gobbeldygook and spam.

 

The only truths I have ever been aware of is that smoking is BAD for you..... (Tell us something we don't know...Thats why we are here :roll: )

 

It takes support, willpower and a desire to give up

 

There has to be a desire to give up.

 

But if this person is saying that the failure rate of quitting is almost 100%, does that mean we are all freaks, or it is just coincidence that so many long term quitters happen to frequent this board?

 

I think I will stick to listening and reading the advice of my peers on this site not some jumped up wannabe shrink....


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Posted 24 February 2017 - 07:34 PM

I wouldn't argue that it probably takes years to secure a quit firmly. I will try to keep on my toes always, but definitely I think the first couple or even three-four years are probably really hard, before not smoking becomes more first nature than second nature.

 

But I am in the dark as to what this magical secret quit ingredient that may not be named is? o.o

 

If we can't talk about it out loud, can someone message me and fill me in? I genuinely want to know. :P

 

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#15 FelicsFriend

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 02:39 PM

Threads like this appear to scare people from time to time and to discourage new quitters from even trying.

Yes its tough to quit but its mainly the habit that is the hardest thing to break. Distraction, self determination, goals and taking it one day at a time are the way to go about it. There is no 'secret' to any of it!






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