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Wow, this subject of family and escaping out side ...

2007-11-08T12:09:00.000-06:00

Wow, this subject of family and escaping out side for a cigarrette hit home for me. Wow. Okay, one more thing I need to think about. Thanks.



Congratulations on quitting. I'm so happy for you...

2007-11-07T23:43:00.000-06:00

Congratulations on quitting. I'm so happy for you!!!



Yeah it's like it was making me incapable. But, no...

2007-11-07T20:38:00.000-06:00

Yeah it's like it was making me incapable. But, now that I have to stay in the conversation or in the situation and deal with it - it turns out I can totally do this.

Running sucks. It's like perpetual defeat. Nothing ever got finished. Now, it's carthartic - good word - to just deal with it so we can move on.

This rotally rocks.

Hard at first, but once you get the hang of it - boom, kind of easy.

funny thing is - the others (non-smokers) probably figured this out 10 years ago.



I think the most remarkable part of quitting smoki...

2007-11-07T17:45:00.000-06:00

I think the most remarkable part of quitting smoking is the need to directly confront problems..I would always walk out of a room, away from the situation, to avoid the drama..now I can't..it's scary. but oddly cathartic..everyone's on the same page..hard walking without a crutch, eh?