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It was pretty interesting that in last night group,
one man had once quit for 6 months, one woman for five days , one girl who was 17 had once tried to quit for two days, and one man who has smoked for 40
years had never tried to quit before. Normally in groups they get to witness more lost long-term quits to learn from--that did not happen here. So in the
event that the four people read here, I am bringing up some post specific to this issue--that no matter how long a person is off they will lose their quit if
they don't understand the bottom line law of addiction that to stay smoke free you must never take another puff!
Jun 7 02 11:37 AM
This clinic has been really interesting. We had one woman who once had a 20 year quit who lost it. Unfortunately she
didn't make it this time around. We had one woman who had a thirteen year quit, and one woman who had two ten year quits lost. Off 10 years, on 5 years,
off 10, on 5. We also had one man who had a few year quit going and relapsed on a cigar. He has been smoking and inhaling cigars ever since. The relapse
happened in the mid 1970's.
The only way to insure you don't face a similar fate is to always remember to make this quit stick requires always
staying reinforced and committed to never take another puff!
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