steven, quit coach
12 Sep 2018
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20 Nov 2018
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Congratulations on nearly 2 years being smoke-free, that is quite an accomplishment!
Unfortunately, even after some time being quit, the odd craving can pop up sometimes, seemingly out of nowhere. This does not mean you have done something wrong in your quit. There are times when a random passing thought, action, or even an object can trigger a kind of associative response to remind you of when you smoked, but as you mentioned, this does pass, and you have already shown great strength in being nearly 2 years smoke-free already. You can (continue) to do this, you have the strength and determination in you!
What has helped you in the past to get through tough cravings/urges? Do you think you could try them now to help get through this urge?
If you have concerns/further questions in regards to urges or dealing with them, feel free to give us a call at 1 877 513 5333.
Wishing you the best,
Last modified on 20 Nov 2018 09:42 by steven, quit coach