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  1. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    6 points
  2. Aw thanks, Jillar! I am feeling tons better today. Doctor said I had exacerbated COPD. Gave me a shot in the butt and 5 days of prednisone and an antibiotic. Breathing much better and less wheeze and cough. Looking forward to that improving over the next few days. I'm still a non smoker! Day 7!! Still getting regular cravings but shifting thought process and tasks and moving thru them.
    5 points
  3. NOPE, Not One Puff Ever!
    5 points
  4. No, I will not smoke today!
    5 points
  5. Having a glass of white and a slice of Christmas cake ....might come back for seconds lol... I'm worth it !!!!
    4 points
  6. Hi @ItsDeb, we were just thinking about you and hope you're feeling better today
    4 points
  7. Hi everyone! I'm looking forward to a very successful NOPE commitment. I'm currently on day 3 after 40+years of smoking. I have COPD, asthma, bronchitis and am just done taking meds so I can breathe enough to smoke. How ridiculous is that? But I've been doing it for years. Hubby still smokes but not in the house. Today is the hardest day so far. The coughing is annoying as hell and starting to give me a headache. I can and will do this. One day at a time. Congrats to all the success stories on here!
    3 points
  8. Good thing my butt has plenty of cushion I'm definitely looking forward to less COPD issues. I just hate it's taken me this long to get to this point. But NOPE it is!
    3 points
  9. Great job Debs....and JH..... Upwards and Onwards !!!
    3 points
  10. Welcome Patricia. Congratulations on your 9 months! Hopefully the no-nicotine-blues have subsided for you if that was an issue. 9 months lady you have it licked! Pat yourself on the back and enjoy the forum!
    3 points
  11. Yay Jeff!! I'm glad you're still on board with me! We've so got this!!
    2 points
  12. That's Great News! I'm glad to hear you are feeling better! I somewhat understand what you are going through. My wife has had chronic bronchitis for about eight years (OPD). She uses an inhaler daily. When she gets really sick, she also has to take antibiotics and prednisone. Several times she has been given so much prednisone that she gets real puffed up and it can take months for her to get back to normal. She has never smoked, the doctors tell her that her attacks are triggered by allergies. Mostly certain types of mold. It's rough at times. Well, it's day seven for us.
    2 points
  13. Welcome aboard Deb. hope you feel better and the doctor is a good idea if you get feeling worse. It`s tough but will be well worth it. I smoked just about as long as you have and you still see a lot of improvement. hang in there. best wishes.
    2 points
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  15. Quitting will stop the acceleration of C.O.P.D.... Best thing you can do for your health Deb's .... Jab in the butt.......Ouch !!!!!
    2 points
  16. Hi Deb, I'm glad you're feeling better already. Congratulations on a week quit, you too @JH63, you guys got this!
    2 points
  17. Great job JH! Quit as many times as you have to until your quit really sticks! Watch the Joel Spitzer videos for motivation and good counsel. Kinda like your own personal therapist. This is a great place to educate yourself and get support. Just keep quitting til the quit sticks!
    2 points
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  19. Welcome aboard the Quit Train Deb. Grab a seat and stay awhile. Don't ever forget that. You control your own destiny. Congratulations on making a great decision for yourself.
    2 points
  20. Hello and Welcome... I was a 52 year Smoker....Quitting is so doable .... Get yourself familiar with the board .... Read and Watch everything .... Knowledge will be your weapon .... Fight the Monster .... We can get you to Freedom ....you just need the desire to get there ....
    2 points
  21. Welcome Deb. You are doing a great thing in quitting smoking. It is truly a life changing journey. Stick close to this site, read up on nicotine addiction, and reach out for help here if needed. It is good to have you here.
    2 points
  22. Welcome Deb, You have just made two of the best decisions of your life. First you became a non smoker and kicked that nasty habit to the curb. Secondly, you got on the quit train. This is where you want to be for knowledge and support. So, grab a seat and enjoy the ride to a happier and healthier version of yourself.
    2 points
  23. Hi Deb We are quit twins! I’m on day 3 as well. Glad you are here.
    2 points
  24. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    1 point
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  26. Way to go and congratulations, Martian! All that money saved and life earned back! Woohoo!
    1 point
  27. When I read Take Smoking Off The Table No Matter What !!! It sank into my addict brain ... I repeated this .....alot ..... We all have to find what works best ...Way to go Deb's ...
    1 point
  28. Interesting. I have always only had 1 cup of coffee a day, very rarely 2, but I have drank quite a lot of diet Pepsi. I'll try cutting that down Today, day 5, is a teeny tiny bit better than yesterday. I still am wheezing and coughing a lot. Thinking that may be part of the headache problem too. Funniest thing I'm just realizing is that my "addict brain" keeps trying to convince me if I smoke I'll stop coughing. Ha!! Nothing could be further from the truth. Might go to a walk in medical clinic tomorrow to see if some antibiotics might help.
    1 point
  29. Welcome aboard Patricia. Good call on giving up the smokes. Right back at you.
    1 point
  30. Welcome aboard Patricia and congratulations on your nine month quit!
    1 point
  31. Welcome to our site, Patricia, and congratulations on nine months smoke free. That is awesome.
    1 point
  32. Thanks, Jillar! Happy to hear of your success. I'll definitely be on this board a lot. Glad to have found you all!
    1 point
  33. Snow is starting to pick back up again. We are due for some lake effect snow now. This is where some of the heavier snowfall can generate from. Here are a couple current pictures.
    1 point
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