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  1. NOPE.....NOPE....NOPE.............Not on Mrs Piggies Birthday......Or ever.!!!!
    9 points
  2. G’day Just for today, pledge that you will not smoke. Not one puff, ever.
    8 points
  3. NOPE, never on @reciprocitys wife's birthday!!!
    7 points
  4. Nope! Not on the wife's BD!
    7 points
  5. Congratulations @Steven Drojensky on one month quit now. You are doing great and it's great to see the support you give to others I
    4 points
  6. Congratulations on nine months quit angeleek, that's so awesome Thank you for all the support you offer to others, I hope you have a great day!
    4 points
  7. Congratulations on your first month smoke free, @Steven Drojensky You are doing great!
    4 points
  8. If quitting smoking is what you want to do Matthew then you need to be all in. 100% committed to being cigarette and nicotine free. Otherwise it will not be successful. I would also advise staying away from alcohol for awhile. On account that it will alter your ability to make sound choices regarding your quit. Once you've established a good quit then I would say slowly work back into having a few drinks.
    4 points
  9. Congratulations to another one is f our butt kickers celebrating four years quit! I'm so glad you're still here ready to support those who come after. Have a great day my friend
    3 points
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  11. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min Hour Day as required!)
    3 points
  12. Congratulations Steven..... One month down already ....your doing great ... Thank you for all you bring to the board ...
    3 points
  13. Congratulations on 4 years smoke free, @d2e8b8 That is awesome!
    3 points
  14. Thank you, Jillar. I want to keep my quit this time. I appreciate all the support.
    3 points
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  16. My advice ....Stay away from alcohol until you feel more stronger in your quit ...this is what I did .. I seen many a good quit lost through alcohol...
    3 points
  17. I've been to NOTL myself many times as well. I agree with reciprocity. It is a beautiful place to visit.
    3 points
  18. Oh oona, I totally know the feeling and I promise you it won't always be like this. Plus each crave you get through makes you stronger and them weaker! You are doing great so just keep doing what you're doing and you'll be out the other side before you know it
    2 points
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  20. Spectacular....!!!!!....This wonderful planet of ours....
    2 points
  21. Congratulations on 9 months smoke free, @Angeleek Thanks for sharing your quit journey with us.
    2 points
  22. Congratulations, great job. This deserves a sweet reward.
    2 points
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  24. Yes of course you should! Give yourself the power back from nicotine! If there's no nicotine at home then you won't be able to fail.
    2 points
  25. It is nice. Big difference between that and the tourist trap of Niagara Falls, just down the road. NOTL is classy & elegant with lots of shops and charm. and always beautifully landscaped! The Niagara Parkway, linking Niagara Falls and Niagara On The Lake is also a beautiful drive. Plus, NOTL is right there in wine country. How convenient
    2 points
  26. Yup...lots of excuses out there. I used this one a lot.... Excuse: There are too many bad things going on in my life right now to even think about quitting. Fake examples - My kid is having problems at school; my aunt is terminally ill; my house has termites; my car needs a new transmission; my back is sore; my dog won't eat; my parents can't keep up their house; my neighbors put a garden gnome village in their front yard......blah, blah, blah. Truth: There is never a time when everything is perfect and serene in life. There will always be some chall
    2 points
  27. Packing for an extended road trip to New Brunswick. Will be there awhile.
    1 point
  28. Thanks. Reading this at least has settled me down somewhat. I had some serious cravings previous to this panic attack but was feeling pretty optimistic and that I was handling them. I don't really want to smoke much now. While I was panicky I didn't want a smoke or anything else really. This panic attack was like a bolt out of the blue. I posted about it as a coping mechanism. My wife has been great and babying me, I'm just trying to come down from this super anxiousness that just started. I appreciate y'alls replies. I feel like a damn fool.
    1 point
  29. Congratulations Angeleek! You're showing us how it's done!!
    1 point
  30. Aren't you supposed to throw it over your left shoulder?
    1 point
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