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  1. 6 points
  2. So much suffering and pain.. lighting an extra candle tonight...
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  4. Daughter turned 18 today! *emotional*
    4 points
  5. Nope, I don't smoke anymore!!!!
    4 points
  6. I applaud all off you! Wow.. so strong willed. I am very happy I don't have smokers in my home.
    4 points
  7. I remember my first cyclone watch in Darwin....first thing to sell out...beer! I would be super excited to get snow.
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  8. Thanks so much, friends. I told my students yesterday and one of the classes broke into a round of applause; I have one class today, and I'm looking forward to sharing the news with them. Cheers-- C99 18 Years Quit
    3 points
  9. Hey Tony welcome aboard! Everything has been said by now. So I will keep it short. Be honest and sincere Take the addicition serious! Be open and ask for help before you take that first puff!
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  11. In spite of it being only a light snow, in the last 24 hours we surpassed the snow totals from all of last winter. The farmers around here are predicting a colder and wetter winter than we've seen in years. And frankly, the farmers have a better track record of predicting the weather than the local meteorologists...they have more skin in the game than the folks on television do.
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  15. G’day Snow? In Darwin? Bet cha they would run out of Bundy Rum....
    2 points
  16. Watching the snow roll in over the Cumberland Plateau. May not seem like a big deal to those of you in colder climates, but a bit of snow is still an "event" here in Tennessee. Schools are closed tomorrow. The grocery stores in town were packed with people stocking up this afternoon. Don't come around here looking to buy milk, bread, and toilet paper...It's all gone!
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  17. Tony I'd like to offer some different approaches for your next quit. First, don't use terms like "fell off the wagon" or "slipped". It really minimizes your accountability. In fact, it makes it sound more like an accident rather than a conscious choice to smoke again. Stop saying "hopefully" you will quit this time. It's all about making a real and solid commitment. Don't assume that that NRT's will magically make quitting a breeze. It's more about your mindset than anything else. Sure NRT's help many people, but they're not a panacea for all w
    2 points
  18. I wish Jacinda ruled the world. Intelligence and Compassion. What the world needs NOW. Glad your peeps are OK, Jo.
    2 points
  19. Never underestimate the power of nostalgia...
    1 point
  20. Did you know...we don't call freestyle Australia Crawl....it's just freestyle. Most Aussies are pretty good at bending the elbow.
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  21. Welcome, Tony! Educating yourself about nicotine addiction really helps. The more you know about the addiction, the better prepared you are to beat it. Also, support helps a lot too. You can find both education and support here. Read up on addiction on this site and please feel to reach out if you are struggling. Quitting might be tough but it is doable and a smoke-free life is much better than the pain of continuing to smoke.
    1 point
  22. Hi Tony. Welcome to the quittrain. I never thought I had the power to quit until I found this forum. There is a wonderful group of people that are here to help guide you to freedom. It is really just a matter of getting through a couple of tough weeks and then changing your thinking. Our brains our patterned into thinking we need that cigarette and can't live without it. You do have the power to beat the addiction. Educate yourself, stay close to the forum and let us help you. You can do this. Don't let this addiction take one more day of you life!
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