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    Nov. 16, 2014

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  1. NOPE - I don't smoke anymore.
  2. My vote went to Johnny Cash. I usually prefer the original to the cover but not in this case. Trent Reznor has done some great, challenging and thought-provoking stuff and I know this song was very personal to him but watching Johnny Cash cover this is pretty amazing.
  3. Romanticizing the cigarette is a tough thing to let go of. Just know, as your signature says... If you have just one you will be right back where you started, and where you started was desperately wishing you were where you are right now. PS For me, there is no such thing as "Just One". This is so true. It will not be just one cigarette. It will lead to more ...and... You may think that cigarette will calm you down but it will not. It will just feed your nicotine craving and will restart the process of smoking to relive the crave. You will also feel bad for losing your quit. It is a vicious cycle and it is best to break it once and for all. It might not feel like it but you are doing great, Michelle. Keep fighting. You can do this.
  4. Good job posting an SOS and fighting through those craves, Michelle. Each time you fight through a strong crave, it is a victory and it makes your quit stronger.
  5. You are making it through the toughest stages of your quit, Michelle. Celebrate each hour that passes smoke free. Keep up the great work!

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