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About johnny5

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    North Carolina
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    Nov. 16, 2014

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  1. Hi Mellymark. Feel free to comment anywhere you want. You should be able to reply to most threads throughout the site. Participation does help, especially early on in your quit. The link below is a great resource to introduce yourself to this site. Also, the video library can be found in the link below. https://www.quittrain.com/forum/15-joel-spitzers-quit-smoking-video-library/
  2. Welcome to our site, Mellymark. As stated above, whether you smoke 2 cigarettes a day or 2 packs a day, you are a nicotine addict. Educating yourself about nicotine addiction is key and it seems like you have discovered that. Support is also great as we have all been through what you are going through. Read up on the addiction and keep reaching out for help on this site as needed. It may seem tough at first but quitting smoking is a truly wonderful thing to do for yourself and your loved ones.
  3. I'm sorry that you are having a bad day, Nana, but coming here was a good idea. Smoking will not make anything better - it will just make things far worse. You are doing great to have your first month smoke free. Bad days will come but nothing is worth throwing your quit away.
  4. Congratulations on 1 month smoke free, @Nana20
  5. Congratulations on 3 months smoke free, @Mac#23 and thanks for all the support that you add to this place. Celebrate today.
  6. Not keeping with the US city song title theme for the 4th of July but I always found the Blue Angels shows patriotic.
  7. johnny5

    19 days

    Congratulations on 19 days quit. As Jillar said, these things to sound normal and a lot of us have gone through them. You are right...with time, these feelings will be a distant memory. Continue to fight through cravings, brain fog, etc. and things do slowly get better. You are so much better off without cigarettes. The early struggles are definitely worth the long time reward of a smoke free life.

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