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  1. G’day NOPE .......and a pinch and a punch for the first of the month
    15 points
  2. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min Hour Day as required!)
    15 points
  3. Hello, everyone I am still here lurking and reading. I make sure I come here everyday to pledge nope for the day. Then I check it periodically throughout the day. I am still smoke free. I Haven't had a cigarette in 11 days. I have been keeping busy cleaning our the house and car. Going fishing, and hanging out with family and friends. Dealing with everyone and everything. Like I said I am coming here when I need to, sometimes reading, sometime posting on my blog or on the forum. Just wanted to let people know I am okay.
    15 points
  4. hello all! since I quit over eight years ago, a lot has happened in my life. I’ve gotten divorced, I’ve endured my son‘s not talking to me for a few years which now we have re-connected, I bought a new house, I dealt with some health issues which are now resolved hopefully for good. I’ve had some issues dealing with relationships and ups and downs in life, financial struggles....and then Covid hit and since then my life has really been turned upside down and tested my strength as many of us have. But in all of this ....not one puff ever!! no matter what that is all.
    14 points
  5. Four years ago I decided I'd had enough. I decided that I wasn't going to go out the same way my Old Man did at the age of 56 with lung cancer. That was it. It was my decision and my commitment. Once I'd made that decision, it was a done deal. I knew I would never smoke again, and I haven't. It wasn't easy at first, but it's easy now. I rarely even think about smoking anymore and when I do, it's such a far away memory it doesn't even seem real. It also terrifies me to think about what I would feel like if I'd kept smoking. The toll those 30,000+ cigarettes I would have
    14 points
  6. I had to go in for prostate surgery last Thursday and was discharged over the weekend. It was nice when they asked if I quit smoking and I could answer a confident yes! It will be a couple of weeks til I feel normal. Except for a couple of "smoking dreams" during the last week, I still have no desire or cravings. Thank goodness.
    14 points
  7. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min Hour Day as required!)
    14 points
  8. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min Hour Day as required!)
    14 points
  9. Over my four years of being on support forums I've seen a few people who just couldn't seem to get their sticky quit the first time. They start so gung-ho and post daily getting and even offering support from and to fellow quitters. Then one day they are gone...…….. When they resurface it's usually with tail between their legs hoping for the same support they received before they relapsed. And with the exception of some tough love, because some people just need that, they get the same level of support as they got the first time. We get it, quitting is hard for a lot of us and it sucks.
    14 points
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  11. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min Hour Day as required!)
    13 points
  12. Goodmornin' you mob and welcome to another wonderful day of freedom. Down Under it's "R U OK? Day".... how do we celebrate this day...it's simple really...ask someone if they are OK and be prepared to listen. You never know, asking someone if they are ok and giving them 5 mins (or more) of your day might be the thing t h at changes their life. Oh and remember chooks, its ok to say NOPE when someone asks you if you're ok...because you do matter and a trouble shared is a trouble halved. Am I ok? Yep......will I smoke...
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