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If it was easy to quite, everybody would be doing it. A series of trial and error are usually needed to find the best treatment for you.
Just look around for "aversion therapy" if you are interested. It isn't the most comfortable form of treatment, but it really works when it works.
It comes back. It just takes the proper determination and grit to push through lethargy and finding something that keeps you active.
Keep a close eye on them. Make sure everything is ok. But one slip up and I would call social services.
Xanax plus alcohol is highway to blackout. I have an older brother that used to do this all the time and each time he would do something incredibly...
It is an incredibly lucrative market that should be tapped for all it's worth.
Even worse than that is when you know when it's bad but you do it anyway. That is the mental rockbottom in my mind.
Oh getting addicted to marijuana is a definite possibility. Anything that releases a high amount of dopamine has that possibility.
It already appeals to youngsters because it is outlawed. Rebellion and all.
Yeah, you mentally associate with a negative stimuli. For me, I would drink coffee as I smoked. Coffee absolutely reeks havoc on my digestive system,...
I used aversion therapy to help me quite, so I associated it with a really terrible headache. I now have to physically distance myself from the smoke.
Congrats. Remeber that feeling and channel it every time you are tempted to experiment with coke again.
It might be that because coke is so expensive, you must have enough disposable income to fund your habit.
This is uncomfortably common in college and high school.
It depends on your natural reaction. For a dose that will actually help with studying, you will likely twitch your hands and chatter your teeth more...