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Should quitting alcohol be so different from quitting smoking?

Old 01-30-2013, 01:16 PM
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Jazzfish, alcohol and nicotene are both psyhco active drug that act the the central nervous system. Tobacco is probably more addicting than alcohol. It only would take 40 mg of nicotene to be lethal. Nicotene is a common chemical in pesticides.
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Old 01-30-2013, 01:58 PM
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Originally Posted by soberlicious View Post
I agree. In fact, I joined SR because of the discussions in the secular forum. I had already quit almost 4 years prior. I didn't need support, but I was in need of some stimulating discussions. I found that here.

When I first joined I said in a post, "I really like that people in this section rarely get their panties in a wad." A member replied, "That's because we don't wear any." haha! I was like...see, now that's what I mean.
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