09-08-2007 08:09 PM
Brammy wrote:I forgot, once you are cleared and thought strong enough to start apping again, all apps submitted in the first two years must be submitted by snail mail. This tends to draw out the anticipation factor and allow th addict to feel the high for a longer period of time while waiting fo the snail mail response. We find the instant app gratification tends to lead to an increased need for the next fix. Snail mail has proven to delay this reaction allowing more gentle withdrawal.
09-08-2007 09:13 PM
09-08-2007 09:19 PM
Brammy wrote:I hear the med cart coming down the hall. Simply assume the lotus position and breathe in and out. Repeat to yourselves 'My poor FICO, My poor FICO' and remember that your scores will love you for not app'ing tonight.
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