I have now lowered the post count required to bypass moderation to 10 as my goal is to have the lowest possible figure whilst still achieving the desired effect asBFB Today, 08:25 PM
I've been lurking about this place without signing up for quite a bit, but i registered just now when i seen this thread as i can particulary relate to it. This is
Hey everybody, First and foremost I just wanted to thank the active members here seeking to help others control this horrible disease called marijuana addiction. And thanks to those who started thisUnregistered Today, 02:47 PM
LOL, no probs, I guess that’s the downside of not requiring registration to post, still fortunately it's not often a problem. In terms of your question obviously we doBFB Today, 01:23 AM
Your doing really well. I hope by now you have not relapsed. Keep it up! When a craving comes in quickly distract yourself or remind yourself why you quit. WriteStorm Yesterday, 02:53 AM
^^this comment by another unregistered user wasnt me, the person who asked the original question. this person couldve been a little more appreciative of the answersUnregistered 06-16-2013, 05:50 PM
Probably depends on the individual.
All the best,
The question was do I nee to stop smoking completely to feel withdrawals or will I feel them even just by cutting down.Unregistered 06-15-2013, 05:49 PM
Hey guys. Ill give you a bit of background information first so you understand the situation better.
Basically I΄m 19 years old and have been smoking
it's fantastic that you are aware that it is affecting your life. and i appreciate that you are young and wanna have fun. but if you don't stop COMPLETELY, then you haven't quit.
i started smoking