Got You! Caught You!

Discussion created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Apr 5, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 5, 2018 by ingenuenlove

      The third day of my quit I was in my friends patio and his brother (the one I was to influence to quit by quitting myself ) walked into the space smoking.

      He knew I had quit two days before and he didn't do it to unnerve or upset me. The workshop adjoined the patio and that's where he took his smoke breaks.


      I didn't run away.

      It made me think. It made me realize not smoking was my choice and I laughed at the simplicity of that.


      From that point on, every time I thought of smoking, I laughed. I laughed because I caught the thought before it could take hold.

      In a weeks time I began automatically thinking of laughing. I had turned the urge or thoughts of smoking into a game, not a struggle.


Got You! Caught You!