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beazel last won the day on June 2

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  • Birthday 02/24/1959

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  1. I know a rabbit Quit smoking six years ago She's a friend to all
  2. Congratulations Jillar You are a rock star to so many - thank you for the passion you possess to help others on their quit journey Love ya
  3. So happy you got through. It's a big deal when you conquer those really tough times! There's not a thing wrong with you, beating an addiction like this can be difficult - easy to quit fighting, but showing your true inner strength by not giving up.
  4. Not here often....but I'm here today....
  5. Congratulations on 6 MONTHS!! That's fantastic!!
  6. So happy to read this Kdad! One day at a time!! KTQ
  7. Yes, I agree - Great Post!! Good job on 17 days free - be proud!! Stick around, post often and continue to read read read. KTQ
  8. Hi nicotine_free I just went back and read some of your first posts. You used the word committed and commitment a lot. That's what it takes....commit to the quit! You can do it. I know going back and reading my own words helped me, try it. You already said that work is a big trigger, boy I know how true that is. I'm assuming you can't quit your job, so.....you need a plan to get you through your work day. Try some different things until something clicks. Keep in your mind to get through today, just today. One day at a time. Pull up that strength for just today. You smoked for 42 years. That's a long time, so to rewire your brain will require some work. It's doable. Commit.

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