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Tink

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  1. welcome, the support is here for you just keep posting, welcome to day 2 and to the train, destination......your FREEDOM!!!
  2. 1 month free, this is it, your sticky quit!
  3. congrats tyme, this is it, you are done, your sticky quit, awesome job!
  4. the furminator is a must on bella (she is built for the snow), she gets a full furminator groom in the spring and the wild birds go mad for her hair for their nests literally it can be out there for 10 minutes then all gone.
  5. welcome to the lido deck, huge congratulations
  6. congrats stu, amazing job! treat yourself to something good
  7. our 3 stinkers, just like having 3 x 2 year old toddlers in the house, they own us and the house and on most days my sanity but we love them
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    wonderful news, congratulations x
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    Day 3

    hi Edie, I would say that its perfectly acceptable for you to ask your wife to support you by not smoking near you and maybe having to go outside in the cold just might push her to quit to? how are you doing?
  10. dipping my toes into a bit of crossfit, OMG I couldnt move my arms for 3 days and thats just the beginners and I was half arsed at it too
  11. I am so sorry Doreen, it is heartbreaking :( sending you love and hugs across the water xxx
  12. yay 2018 is going to be a great year
  13. happy to hear this, welcome to the train, congratulations on your quit 36 hours is amazing!
  14. christine your body is detoxing from thousands of nasty chemicals and your body is healing and readjusting, very soon you will start to level out, drink plenty of water, lay off or cut down the caffeine as this has double strength when you quit (at the very least dont have any caffeine after 2pm), take nice long relaxing baths or showers and if you can up the exercise, this will all help with the detox faster and sleep will return to you.
  15. The fact that you want to quit smoking is a very positive move forward, the fact that you are seeking help with your PTSD is another step forward in the right direction, you really have to be your own advocate, mental health awareness has a lot to be desired both in UK and USA, I strongly suggest you get in touch with veteran charities who will understand your mind set better, staying with your buddy if you can seems a good idea, even if you cant stay maybe he can help you find a charity. You were a soldier that means you ARE a soldier that never leaves you! you are a fighter and YOU matter, so one step at at a time, go get better, there is no magic pill or wand that will take away the pain but seeking help is the first step, good luck. we are here when you are ready!
  16. im here, chucking fairy dust all over the place
  17. yay congratulations on the year quit and baby, precious gifts both of them
  18. fast forward to spring please!
  19. Nope and a happy, healthy new year to you all

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