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Oct 9 07 5:55 AM
Oct 9 07 7:24 PM
This article reminds me of the "insanity" of smoking. I've read it several times, but now I can see thoroughly that
this was my life. I've hosted Thanksgivings in our family for years and can remember the panic of getting that cigarette in right before and after the
meal. I am so happy to report the "insanity" is gone from my life now and I don't miss it one bit!!
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Months, Six Days, 17 Hours and 51 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 30 Days and 1 Hour, by avoiding the use of 8655 nicotine delivery devices that
would have cost me $1,982.40.
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Nov 14 07 10:07 PM
What the 'planning for the next dose' theme of this 'Joel Classic' shows is not that
we chose to 'punctuate our every action' but that the two hour half-life of nicotine in our blood serum became the control mechanism that drove
our every thought, every action, every plan while we were still using nicotine to maintain our dependency.
We never inhaled the smoke of burning tobacco because we wanted to (although that's what we told ourselves) we
did it on a very regular basis because we had to. We didn't smoke because we liked to ....we continued to ingest nicotine by any
means available because we didn't like what happened when we were not able to replenish our constantly dwindling reserves - the almost immediate
onset of withdrawal anxiety. The fear that life would fovever be racked with that (as it turns out very temporary) intense feeling of withdrawal anxiety
is what kept so many of us trapped on the incessant 'paupers wheel' of addiction servicing.
Only after we pledge to permanently bar nicotine re-entry to our blood stream and brain and then pay the 72-hour deposit on our
future of freedom do we see that getting rid of nicotine brings an unexpected and mostly underappreciated reward - absolute and unending freedom to live
our lives free of the constant demands of an all-consuming chemical dependency.
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