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  1. Another great update yoda, thanks for sharing.
  2. A piece of chocolate sounds yummy for your reward @overcome. Nice ticker too, look at all the money saved and cigarettes not smoked already! I loved watching mine that first year quit. It was so inspiring and also showed me all the work I would lose if I caved to a crave! You're doing great
  3. jillar


    Nixter Quit Date: 6/7/15 Posted June 27, 2015 So basically what I'm figuring out is that cigarettes and nicotine are big fat liars. For all those years they kept me at their beck and call by making me afraid. I was afraid to quit because I thought I wouldn't be able to have fun without a cig. LIE. I was afraid to quit because I thought it would be too hard. LIE. I was afraid to quit because I thought every day would be like day 1. LIE. I was afraid to quit because I wouldn't be "me" without my smokes. LIE!! I am telling you, I feel more joy at social situations than I ever have!! Why? Because I can concentrate on having fun instead of worrying when I can sneak outside for a cigarette. I physically feel soooo much better already. And I'm also really proud of myself. But I have to be honest and say I'm a little pissed that I was duped for so long. Anyway, I'm so happy to be a non smoker. Thanks for being here for me! Link to original post: https://www.quittrain.com/topic/5558-lies/
  4. Stick close in the beginning days @overcome, we got your back This addiction is crazy but you're well prepared for it. Drink lots of water or juice to help flush it out. The nicotine takes about three days to leave your body
  5. 6. Make a dress for Lady Gaga with them
  6. 3. Make a wind chime with them
  7. 10. I once drank a cup of it to pass a urine test Can we come up with 10 uses for a CD?
  8. Welcome @overcome, you've come to the right place for your forever quit. Maybe all you need to stay quit once and for all is a group of people to talk you down off the ledge when you feel like you might cave to a crave. There's almost always someone here 24/7 and it doesn't matter how long you've been quit. If you need extra support, we're here to give it. Just post in the SOS forum and we'll do our best to help you through it

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