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livinitup0 12-30-2005 03:58 PM

New Years OOPS!!
 
Well Ive had plans to go to see my buddys band on New Years. If you have read my quitting smoking post, then you know how bad an idea it is to go to a bar....on new years eve....in a pro-smoking town. My wife is dissapointed but understands....I still think she's pissed. What plans can I make now to make it up to her??? I know I probably dont have to feel guilty, but I do, and I want her to enjoy her new years eve.

Shajen 12-30-2005 04:00 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
two things:

1) this didn't need to be a new thread, should have posted in the old one...

2) exercise some self-control. Oh, and buy some decent patches dude. [img]/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

12-30-2005 04:01 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
If you cant do things you normally enjoy doing, you are destined to fail. You need to go out, and learn how not to smoke.

Love,
Guids

livinitup0 12-30-2005 04:23 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
1. Who cares?...and why?
2. I think I have done a pretty good job of that if you've read the other post.

...Anything related to my question?

livinitup0 12-30-2005 04:27 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
3 days after....Everyone and their mother is saying the direct opposite....the first few days are the easiest to fail and to stay away from situations that you associate with smoking. Man I thought I'd get a decent idea of something to do.....OK lets pretend I dont want to go out because of any other reason besides my previous post....ANY IDEAS???

asofel 12-30-2005 04:28 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
what exactly is she pissed about?

livinitup0 12-30-2005 04:33 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
Most of our friends are going to be there. It was her idea to not go becasue she really wants to see me succeed in this. I just want to do something nice for her since she's been at least somewhat supportive.

jb9 12-30-2005 04:38 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
Go see a movie she wants to see that you normally would prefer to avoid.

or

Cook a good meal.

asofel 12-30-2005 04:39 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
[ QUOTE ]
Most of our friends are going to be there. It was her idea to not go becasue she really wants to see me succeed in this. I just want to do something nice for her since she's been at least somewhat supportive.

[/ QUOTE ]

so go and don't smoke? if you don't think you can do this then yes, stay away and take her out...

livinitup0 12-30-2005 06:53 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
[ QUOTE ]
Go see a movie she wants to see that you normally would prefer to avoid.

or

Cook a good meal.

[/ QUOTE ]

I could do both...good idea,...this thread can die now.

Thanks....and yes my will power is that low, and I doubt anyone that posted negative comments or "just do it" comments obviously don't understand.

highlife 12-30-2005 07:01 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
just go to the bar to see the band and have some self control. it's a simple answer to a simple question.

OtisTheMarsupial 12-30-2005 07:29 PM

Re: New Years OOPS!!
 
Don't go to a smoking establishment. The advice from the first thread is correct. Withdrawls are strongest during the first few days. They start to subside over the next few weeks and then months, but they will never go away. They just get weaker and weaker.

Take your wife out to a nice dinner and go someplace to watch fireworks or a big TV or a show... Bring some gum to chew when you get a craving.

Stay away from smokers for a while. You can do this.

And if you fail, just remember that the more often you quit, the better you get at it [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]


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