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Oxymoron
Individual influenced by the stupor of excessive oxygen early in their quit. See also: Newbie, CRS.
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photoQuitting smoking is more complex than just not smoking. We need to develop new coping skills. Life doesn't get any better when we quit smoking, we get better at life!
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