Simplication  :-)

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Jan 9, 2018

Yes, I kicked the "fi" out of it. I simp-fied it! 


There's something about getting to the point, 

so I will.

Simplifying any problem is the best way to find its solution.

Right From The Start

Quitting smoking is


No Need To Resist.

You build new non smoking memories and, in time,

they overtake the ones connected to smoking.


This applies to the psychological addiction only,

which is why I believe people go back to smoking after they've been quit

and, off nicotine for 6 months or more.


The physical addiction is more of a choice than unlearning.

It is a matter of getting it out of your system while replacing the dopamine with other choices and activities so you don't miss the physical

"mood/mind lift" you got from nicotine.