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  1. dpnice's Avatar
    I really do sympathise; making life changes at our age is not so simple.

    Once one is comfortable in a rhythm of life it is not always easy to reverse the trend, plus often it seems pointless to do so later in one's life.

    Wishing you the courage you will need and hope you succeed.

    Perhaps the best advice is to take small steps one at a time and to be aware that there must be support groups out there who could help you put yourself on the right rails; human contact is not to be neglected when one is going through such problems.

    Take care.

    David.
  2. DonQuixote's Avatar
    Life is rough when the cost of the South of France is less expensive than Britain.

    But, being able to socialize with friends at will is something, too.

    Is your flat large enough to have guests come visit you?
  3. DonQuixote's Avatar
    David,
    I tend to forget to check out peoples' home pages and blogs and such.
    My limited time each night means I'm pushing just to catch up on the threads.

    I happened to see the "stats" section at the bottom of a page, saw your blog was the most recently updated, and clicked on the link - I've just read the last few, starting after your return from Russia.

    Smoking - I tried to quit a few times. I actually bid on hypnosis treatment from our local PBS (Public Broadcasting Station) auction MANY years ago. I wanted to quit, thought it would help give me the jump start I needed. It worked - but dumb shit that I was back then, I decided to see if I could break the post-hypnotic suggestion - of course I could! It was difficult, but I managed.

    After quitting for many years, I hit a mid-life crisis - loss of a job of 12+ years - picked the habit back up. Years later I was ready to quit again, made an appt with a Psychologist who did hypnotherapy - one session as a kick start and I was ready - and done.

    I hope you are successful in your efforts to quit. Every day you don't smoke is a day your lungs can start to repair themselves. It can mean a lot to your life expectancy. I last quit in July 2006 after a triple play of echo-cardiogram, nuclear stress test, and angiogram cum -plasty revealed I'd had a heart attack at some point in the past - I have no idea when.

    Take the time to enjoy life - even if that's just enjoying the breeze and the vista.

    Try not to let the stressors of the day build internally - let it go like water off a duck's back.
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