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Everything posted by Sazerac

  1. Stay focused. You will succeed.
  2. Congratulations, Richard, on your First Month of Freedom ! Everything will be better and easier by and by.
  3. Welcome Greenlight to our merry band and congratulations on your quit ! Your experience is invaluable. The more voices we have only serve to amplify our collective strengths. Please settle in, have a look around and post often. S
  4. Congratulations on your 10 months of Freedom, M ! You continue to build your quit and free other places in your life, this has been incredible to witness. Thank you for sharing your quit with us. S
  5. Congratulations on your First Month ! The fog can last a while but, don't be anxious about it.Did you read this ? The Great Smoke Free Mental Fog Your body is recovering from the all the poison you assaulted it with. This takes time. Often smoking hides other physical issues so, if you have any concerns please consult a medical professional. Do not forget to Reward yourself ! Rewards are an integral part of claiming back our brain.
  6. Congratulations on your First Year of Freedom, Tammy. You have built yourself a sturdy, successful quit and shown your wisdom and compassion here on the QTrain. Thank you so much for sharing your quit with us. Stay vigilant, darling. This next year will be SO much better than last as you settle into living nicotine free and please continue rewarding yourself, you have done such fine work.
  7. Sazerac


    I am relieved to hear from you Kdad ! Stay vigilant, odd triggers may well catch you off guard. NOPE your way through and good on you for helping your pal. Education is essential and this site has a plethora of information. Please encourage your friend to access all the materials here.
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    I am sorry I missed this on Saturday, @Kdad Hope you NOPE'd your way through. Some of my most egregious triggers jumped out when I was 10 months quit. These were the dying embers of my active addiction. The last few neural pathways need to be blazed as a smoke free person and these are times to bring out distinctly luscious rewards which will assist in turning everything around. Please let us know how you are doing. We all know about the tenaciousness of addiction, for sure !
  9. Welcome back, Morgan ! Unfortunately, addiction is forever and can only be mitigated by a commitment to NOPE Not One Puff Ever. Never Ever Forever. Tell your story, it will help others and let us hear how your quit is progressing. We are on your side. s
  10. Bump for newbies. Rewards are an essential component of a successful quit. The sooner you train your brain to accept TRUE rewards and reject poisonous addiction the better you will feel.
  11. I'm not going to Orlando. Come back to NOLA !
  12. hello @FUNKYFUNJO. You may find this thread helpful, Quitting Smoking Blues. Remember to breath and take walks, reward yourself ! You are doing great work.
  13. Congratulations on your three months, Lilly! Remember, you are still in the early days and you have a year of triggers to get through. Stay within shouting distance of QTrain and protect your quit WITH YOUR LIFE ! I am so happy for you, enjoy your move and your nicotine free life. S
  14. Thinking of you every day, dear one.
  15. I hope you are well also, @Joel Spitzer Thank you for the work you do and also for the impact you continue to have on my quit. S

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