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johnny5

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  1. Congratulations Wayne! 4 years smoke free is great!
  2. Congratulations on 4 years smoke free, @jillar Thank you for continuing to pay it forward by helping others with their quits. I hope you celebrate today. And here is your cute rabbit pic.
  3. Great choice, Sumanth. No need to wait. Quitting smoking is a truly great thing to do. I smoked for 20 years, starting during my freshman year in college. I ran cross-country in high school and it didn't take long after I started smoking to where I couldn't run like I used to. After quitting, running did become easier with time. Replacing smoking with a good habit, like exercise, is a great idea. The main thing is that you commit to not taking another puff, regardless if you pick up another activity or not. With time, you will see that quitting smoking will have a lot of great benefits for you. Welcome to the site. It is great to have you here.
  4. 6 years smoke free is awesome, Sirius. Congratulations!
  5. Congratulations @Amierouge 8 weeks smoke free is awesome. Keep up the great work.
  6. Congratulations Jeff! That first week is the toughest. Keep up the great work!
  7. I'm from Raleigh, North Carolina. The other members' posts are right. The best time to quit is as soon as possible. There are always going to be stressful situations but you cannot let that dictate your quit, if you want to quit. While it may be tough early on, quitting gives you more control over your life and may also give you the strength to face other tough situations life throws your way.
  8. Congratulations Jenny! 5 years is fantastic.
  9. A lot of what you are experiencing and going through is normal, Jeff. Just keep taking it one day at a time, continue to read helpful posts and sharing with us what you are going through. Keep up the great work. You are doing awesome.

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