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    1. Renee
      Renee
      I just saw this..I have no idea. I get mine deleted as well
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    2. Renee
      Renee
      I am getting my messages deleted for reacting to others...what’s that about?
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    3. AlphaOmega
      AlphaOmega
      please PM me when you get this.
    4. Guess Who
      Guess Who
      My warning didn't bother me probably deserved it. What bother me is replies worse don't get warnings or post removed.
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    5. Ole Ole
      Ole Ole
      Flags is welcomes in avatar Picture well or I try in signaturs ?
    6. justonemorevoice
      justonemorevoice
      Before I get threadbanned...read my post. I insulted NO ONE.
    7. rwild1967
      rwild1967
      Thanks for all your support. Seems we agree on a number of things.
    8. Maximatic
      Maximatic
      I hadn't realized you were this nice, sorry. You're asking good questions. It might take a few days, but I'll answer them all as well as I can, promise.
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    1. Document current smoking routines. When where how often, how many, in what situations, after eating/drinking what? Coffee, alcohol?
    2. Create plan for gradual deescalation. Spread. (how long were you able to go without cigarettes the first time?)
    3. Replace cigarettes with something else. (gum, Twizzlers, both? hard candy, toothpick, straw)
    4. Other than removing cigarettes, do not alter routines right away.
    5. Find other ways to relax. (relaxing music, massage, yoga, avoid stressful situations, deep breathing) video games, sports, walk, run, dodge-ball.
    6. If you can, perform some physical activity whenever you get a craving.
    7. Eat more fruits, vegetables, and low fat dairy products,...but don't cut out other foods.
    8. Once off, get rid of your ashtrays and lighters. Avoid things that remind you of the smell of cigarettes.
    9. If you relapse, consider why and recommit. It may take several tries.

    a) reward for job well done (coffee, beer?)
    b) Tell the person about the good changes you see
    c) Don't check up on the smoker, such as looking for ashtrays or sniffing for smoke.
    d) Alternatives, patches gums, ect. Non nicotine pills you can get from a doctor that reduce cravings.
    e) Inability to concentrate is also one symptom of nicotine withdrawal.
    f) Urges will pass within minutes, call me if you get an urge
    g) 3 mo, plus cool-down

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    WPA 2.0,...post-it, print-it, pass-it. 'Nuff said.