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Day 4 - Running, Donating Plasma, and Forgetting the Count



Hello there, it is currently 12pm lunch time and very busy day. I was running in the morning, cold shower and donatet blood plasma as I do every 2 weeks. Also it is monday so my mailbox is crazy.

However, I can happily say that it is now 3 days and 16 hours clean and going for 4 days with confidence :)


Also, evenings in general are very difficult, Huge headache yesterday before sleep. But mornings are now very positive and easy, sleep is better and I didnt even realize this morning that I used to have any addiction! crazy...because before my first thing I do is vape as soon as I open my eyes.


Thank you al for support, I think this is really going somewhere positive.

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You are really doing fantastic!!  The longer you stay away from nicotine, the easier it will get.  Just keep doing what you are doing and you will get there!!😁  

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Keep at it! You'll get there but be aware, this nicotine addiction thing can be really tricky at times. You'll be sailing along feeling pretty good about things then all of a sudden, out of nowhere, a monster crave will hit you when you least expect it. Just be aware of that and ready to deal with it when it does happen. It's often when something else not even related to vaping happens in your life. Suddenly, your mind goes straight to what it thinks is it's comfort place (vaping).


Carry on sir!

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