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Morgan

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Morgan last won the day on February 22 2016

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    02/18/16
  1. Suprisingly, it isnt too bad when you actively control your thoughts around smoking. Over time every time he would smoke i started to feel glad that wasnt me anymore. I lost my way though and my thoughts changed. The mind is a powerful thing.
  2. These are my favorite movies.... i could watch them millions of times and not get tired lol Independence Day Spirited Away Howls Moving Castle Warm Bodies
  3. Nope!! Not today
  4. My husband is still a smoker so they are always accessible - this is my first "problem".. if i would have had to go to the store and buy cigarettes I never would have. I was struggling emotionally for a few months and wrestling with depression which didnt help the situation. I was just very triggered. I should not have let myself slip like that. I didnt even really want a cigarette that badly.. i just thought i could handle it and clearly i couldnt the lies my brain told itself.
  5. Congrats on 18 days! You got this!
  6. Hi Everyone! I wish I had better news but after 3 years free I slipped this past month. At first it was one here and there and now it is a full fledged problem. I'm here to get back on track and be free again. This wonderful community helped me the first time around and I am back for help again. I will be committing to NOPE tomorrow and hope to get past this terrible lapse in judgement. ❤
  7. sorry I've been MIA - I have been doing A-ok with this quit!! But running a lot - I've just kept myself to exhausted to worry about smoking! :D
  8. I dont struggle too much with depression - and this quit, I am actually remaining pretty OK overall. But I exercise a LOT - I still have my moments but my overall control over my emotions is doing OK this time around. I remember the first time I quit smoking though (man 5 years ago!) and all i did was lay in bed and cry for months when I wasn't at work. It was like... go to work, go home, lay in bed and cry - it was really quite crazy -- so I completely think quitting smoking can effect your mood. At least for me the first time around, I finally did even out after several months. I actually started running and that is what helped me.
  9. Great to read this! :) You are doing great!
  10. sorry i have been MIA - but still NOPE for me! :)

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