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Old 12-23-2012, 10:24 AM   #21691
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Originally Posted by Stitchawl View Post
You might want to start writing down the 'triggers' that you notice... the things that set off the desire to smoke. Like; having a drink with a friend, getting off of public transportation, or out of the car, every night right after finishing a good meal, the once-a-year after-sex cigarette, etc., etc. Some of the triggers I found for me were really surprising, and helped me avoid them later on when I was really on shaky ground. I STILL will never understand what triggered the cravings I used to get when I was 30 meters under water scuba diving...

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The only thing that isn't a trigger is sleeping; except for those times I wake up craving a cigarette.

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