SO I'm cutting back and getting closer to quitting analogs all together. I ran out of analogs on Sunday and it wasn't until my dog had a bad allergic reaction that I picked up more at Walgreens when I bought her some Benadryl. I gave her the meds then took her to the vet to be safe. A shot of something and a few hours later and she's back to normal.
Still haven't gotten my Sunday orders from striclyejuice and cignot but I'm sure they will be here thursday and friday respectively. Wow,
I spent quite a bit of time yesterday, just trolling the forum. Had to rest, so I needed to keep my mind occupied.
After a while I couldn't find any more of my 'subscribed threads' to read; my computer mouse was acting screwy, so answering questions was driving me a little batty; and so I peeked around the Supplier forums. I found several people I chat with, that was nice and made a couple comments here and there.
A bit later I found the ugly posts. You know the ones...
3. Variable Addiction & What Some of Us Need:
Consider the variety of backgrounds and personalities that convene on this forum. We all smoked because we all found some kind of satisfaction or balance from smoking.
But the “why” of smoking is complicated: some of us smoked to keep away depression or anxiety; some smoked for alertness; some for relaxation; some for boredom or ritual. Or any of a hundred other reasons.
The point is:
Updated 06-29-2010 at 05:20 AM by DVap
Part 1. The X-Factor
Does this sound familiar?
After two or three weeks of vaping, there’s a sense of depression, anxiety, lack of concentration, or other symptoms suggesting that vaping is not doing the same thing as cigarettes were. Something isn’t right.
You might have smoked two packs of 100s a day, or a half-pack of ultralights a day.
You might be vaping 36mg or 12mg.
You might have tried every solution out there to make vaping work –
Updated 06-29-2010 at 05:09 AM by DVap
Madame Psychosis graciously agreed to summarize some of the major observations and conclusions arrived at via a group effort in several very long and sometimes tedious threads, particularly the "so-we-getting-we-not-nicotine" thread (often referred to as the "are we getting it or not" thread). This thread is worth a read in it's own right, but is very long.
I’ve elaborated some points, condensed others,
Updated 06-29-2010 at 05:07 AM by DVap