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Turned Another Corner


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Woke up this morning feeling different

 

cannot explain it just different - relaxed almost

 

bonnies thread about her 13 cigarettes made me think about my 3 I have been hanging onto

 

I kept them to keep up my fight as I had something physical to fight

 

I have realised the fight is in my head

 

I drowned them today and binned them - no emotion to it at all

 

No longer feel scared or need to fight - I think thats why I feel relaxed it`s like an end of a battle

 

 

It feels weird but in a good way :)

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Tracey,

I'm very proud of you for getting rid of your last link that ties you to smoking. Now you are truly a non smoker and will live the rest of your life as a non smoker. I know your dad would be and is very happy and proud of you.

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Good one Tracey...No need to keep them around..I am sure you will never smoke again...you have that confidence about you .

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