I've read about other addictions and with smoking, I've read accounts of persons who have quit after struggling for a while and still experiencing strong temptations, and I've also read accounts of individuals who are able to quit suddenly and not experience temptations. What seems to be the case is that when one sees herself as a nonsmoker, the desire goes away, but if one sees herself as a smoker, then she is fighting the urges to smoke. And I've read about affirmations and that it is better to say "I am a nonsmoker" instead of "I am going to quit smoking" or "I will try to quit smoking," etc. With PMO addiction it seems that around 90 days is what is needed for the brain to rewire. Can this time be shortened (or made easier) by thinking/seeing oneself as a non-PMO person? What would be the equivalent affirmation? Or what are your favorite affirmations?