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Martian5

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Martian5 last won the day on June 21 2019

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About Martian5

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    The Great Pacific Northwest
  • Interests
    Photography, Crime mysteries, Weather, Grandchildren
  • Quit Date
    01/04/2018

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  1. This is one of my favorites --- Actual link to Christmas Cannon by TSO -----
  2. I too also have the occasional smoking dreams and they can be so realistic to the point I feel that I have started again. I agree with Christian99 above as what might be the cause. The good thing is that once I am fully awake I realize I still have my quit and usually come right to this site and dive into some reading and reaffirming my quit.
  3. As all have said -- You can do this, you have done so in the past. Focus on the here and now and remember that you are building for the future. You had a good quit so you know the benefits and the overall better feelings that you had, remember those and build on those. I quit a few months before you and just this last January I left the board for awhile. I saw myself becoming complacent and cigarettes were calling me back strongly, I fought hard not to start again and was able to keep my quit. I realized that I needed to come back here if nothing else for the NOPE page to keep me grounded
  4. Pass on my well wishes for a great birthday to mother piggy. 100, that is an achievement that is so worthy and is so great that you have gotten to share so many years!!!

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