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  1. Hey Dizzy, you're 3 months quit today - congrats! You're doing a great job in ridding yourself of slavery to cigarettes. 1/4 of the way to completing your 1st year already! Keep up the great work after celebrating this milestone
  2. Congrats Kdad. You are cruising to the Lido Deck now and are 3/4 the way there with 9 months under your belt. Hope you celebrate the occasion today
  3. Today, you're 3/4 of the way to the Lido Deck TobacNO - congratulations! 9 Months is quite an accomplishment. Be sure to celebrate by doing something nice today.
  4. Wow! Look at you @Ferimeth. 2 Months smoke free already. Congratulations. With a steadfast commitment, faith and good support, you can do anything. Keep up the good work!
  5. Fantastic @Warbelian! You have now completed the hardest month of your quit journey. Hang in there as your quit base in now built and things will start to settle down more. Treat yourself to something nice today in recognition of a job well done!
  6. Wow! 2 Years already @justanotherme. A huge accomplishment and a shining light to others here just beginning their journey! Hope you celebrate YOUR day and maybe drop by and let us all know how you're enjoying your smoke free life
  7. Congrats Solo fo reaching another milestone on your quit journey! You are into serious quit territory now and only a month away from the half yesr mark so be sure to celebrate today in some way. You're doing great!
  8. Great job @freeatlast! You are officially though the hardest month of all so celebrate wildly then back to work on month 2
  9. Congrats Pearlie on your 3rd full year being smoke free! Drop by and let us know how you're enjoying that smoke free life
  10. Congrats on reaching the 3 month milestone of your quit! You're 1/4 way through your first year and have established a solid quit now. More work to do yet but first, take a little time to celebrate all your hard work!
  11. Congratulations on making it to the double digit club Christa! 10 Months is fabulous and only 2 months away from entry to the Lido Deck! keep up the great work
  12. Congratulations Kate on putting that first and hardest month behind you. Celebrate your arrival at this huge milestone because it's not easy to get there. Continue to take it a day at a time and build that quit into your forever quit
  13. 8 is Great IGT! Congrats on being two thirds of the way to the Lido Deck. Be sure to celebrate this milestone and drop by to let us know how you're doing. Haven't seen you in awhile
  14. Congrats Jayhawk on your 11 month quit. Only 1 more until you reach the Lido deck and celebrate a full year. That time will fly by so get ready And, don't forget to reward yourself today with a little something special. You've earned it!
  15. Wow G, look at you! Smoke free for 3 whole years now - congratulations. Just goes to show what can be achieved when you are focused and have a great support network at your disposal Now ..... Go celebrate your WIN!
  16. Great job Steve! You're already at 2 months quit and no doubt starting to enjoy some of the benefits of being quit. Sure there's still a ways to go but you are right on track with reaching your goal. Celebrate your hard work and keep it up!
  17. Congratulation of being 5 years smoke free today Fizzie. That's a great accomplishment and I hope you plan to celebrate it today. Would be great if you dropped by to let us know how you're enjoying your life of freedom
  18. Great work Ankush! Another month completed in your quit; congratulations! Those first months are not easy but you are doing all the right things to change your life for the better by fighting nicotine addiction and you are slowly gaining the upper hand on it. It's hard work so be sure to celebrate by treating yourself to something nice today. Rewards are important along the way. And, keep up the good work. It WILL be worth it
  19. Congratulations Wantsit! You're now at 7 months and should be getting pretty comfortable with your quit and all those benefits that come with being a non smoker. Be sure to acknowledge your hard work by treating yourself to a little something special today. Great Job!
  20. Hey there Ginger and congrats on being 6 Years quit today Hope you are still celebrating those yearly markers as quitting is always a big deal. Here's to your 6th!
  21. This is Great News Parsley! Very happy for both of you - Keep it up
  22. Congrats Abby! 5 months is pretty substantial. Celebrate your additional milestone then dig in for the middle months of your first year. You have all the tools now so it just a matter of practising what you have already been doing. A strong foundation is the cornerstone of a life long quit. Hope you treat yourself today
  23. Smoke free for 10 months now Linda and now it's full steam ahead to the Lido Deck. Congratulations on this milestone and also for being a mentor to others following along behind you. That's what this place is all about. Support and mentoring others. Now go celebrate and treat yourself to something nice
  24. Yeah - oral surgery sucks for sure (and is costly)! It's not the actual surgery so much as the aftermath healing. At least now you will heal faster and it will be worth the $$ you put into it because you are no longer creating the problems that got you to this point so that's one good thing. Another disease closely related to smoking that isn't in the forefront much is Buerger's disease: "Virtually everyone diagnosed with Buerger's disease smokes cigarettes or uses other forms of tobacco, such as chewing tobacco. Quitting all forms of tobacco is the only way to stop Buerger's disease. For those who don't quit, amputation of all or part of a limb is sometimes necessary."
  25. Great job Wayne! 3 years quit is certainly worthy of a nice celebration today. Go out and treat yourself to a fun time

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