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    Nope, I don't smoke anymore !!!!
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    To all who need it: @Sazerac thank you for your kind words!
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    This is very interesting material, I have some thoughts on this subject. But it sucks to type on a mobile. So I will get back on this later
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    Not Today - I will not smoke today.
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    Thanks Vivianne. I truly needed that.
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    Doing great!! One month smoke free!!! I still have moments when I romanticize the smokes and think about how nice it would be to have one with a coffee or a drink; however, I realize that I am a non-smoker now and it feels good. I ran a mile for the first time in years this weekend (not very fast and my legs were aching, but my heart wasn't pounding out of my chest) and I hope to do a 5k in a respectable time next year.
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    'It is well-known that smoking is much more common amongst people with mental illness – especially depression and schizophrenia. However, most studies that have looked at this association have not been able to disentangle whether this is a cause-and-effect relationship, and if so in which direction. Does mental illness increase the likelihood of smoking, or is smoking itself a risk factor for mental illness?' http://www.bristol.ac.uk/news/2019/november/smoking.html
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    Not one puff ever!! Nope! The poison option is off the table!
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    This is my 3rd big gap from cigarette First time , I had a 5 months gap Second time , i had a 7 months gap . This time i have a 2 month gap . This quit must continue forever . I feel more mature these days Thanks for all the support
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    G’day Not One Puff Ever.... insert min hour day instead of ever
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    Keep the attitude of "this quit must continue forever." You have learned from past mistakes and I hope you have matured because of this. Nothing good comes from smoking but staying smoke free brings freedom from nicotine addiction. Keep up the great work, @Sunshine59
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    Around here, Doreen's frying pan is like Thor's Hammer. In the battle between cosmos and chaos experienced during a quit, The Pan of Doreen is the ultimate arbiter of justice. The frying pan is tough but fair.
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    NOPE - I don't smoke anymore.
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    Congratulations Sunshine!! Keep going, it just keeps getting better!!!
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    Congratulations!!!! Well done!!
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    Thanks a lot for the reply and the cake Vivianne , I am also never going to inhale this poison ever again too
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    Well done Sunshine!!! And you have to stay a month ahead of me, and since I am never gonna inhale poison again... So proud of you Sun!! Just keep on going! it's also international cake day - coincidence?
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    Thanks a lot Boo , johnny5 and Joe7
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    Congratulations sunshine, you're doing great!
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    Looking at pics from when we were in Australia, and my hubby booked us on this around Byron bay. Although it was out of my comfort zone, I dont do heights, I did enjoy it, though was glad to be back down haha...A case of Pass me my brown trousers!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Just did my first run on the couch to 5 k , did ok for a potato ! I’ll give my lungs something to think about
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    I thought I should get out the Cat ' O Nine Tails...for obvious reasons. Meow. Meow. Meow.
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