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Still going strong.. over 6 weeks

Jayhawk

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It's been awhile since my last post.. A Lot has happened..

 

I have been smoke and nicotine free for over a month!

 

I have been in a few social situations involving alcohol and people smoking (both triggers). I have made it through without issue. Big accomplishment for me.

 

I have been exercising regularly.. breathing is getting much easier.

 

My mind wonders ocassionally (couple of times per day) but a quick distraction or deep breath and any craving or thought about smoking goes away.

 

Still taking it one day at a time.. I realize that I am not completely out of the woods, but I is definitely getting better!

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Great Job Jayhawk. That's exactly how it's done. Focus on the short term and before your know it, weeks and months will pass by in your new smoke-free life. You are over the worst of it now so you just have to remain disciplined and watch out for that Nicodemon who will try and tempt you at your weakest moments. Before you know if, those random thoughts about smoking will be fewer and fewer. Keep up the good work :)

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