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  1. Thank you all for the well wishes. A big thank you to @notsmokinjo, you have been a great supporter and I appreciate it very much.:)
  2. Kelly

    Kelly is 11 Months Smoke Free

    @notsmokinjo Thank you so much for the encouragement. It is truly appreciated! Just to let you know still off the gum . It gave me quite a time. LOL. I didn't really celebrate. I am usually busy with work and family.
  3. Kelly

    Kelly is 11 Months Smoke Free

    Thank you all for the kind words. One day at a time. :) :) :0
  4. Kelly

    Kelly is 9 Months Smoke Free

    I also forgot to say I am nrt free for several weeks now. Quit is still going well.
  5. Kelly

    Kelly is 9 Months Smoke Free

    I forgot all about it. :) Thank you all for cheering me on. It does a heart good. :)
  6. Kelly

    Kelly is 8 Months Smoke Free

    Thank you to all. I am getting there one day at a time. :) @notsmokinjoDoing well getting off NRT, 2 a day. The boards not so much.
  7. Kelly

    The good and the bad

    The insomnia lasted about a month for me. I sleep better now than before I quit. Keep going and remember it gets easier as you go .
  8. Kelly

    Tips To Get Off NRT Gum

    Thanks again people. I decided I am just going to use up what I have left and be done with it. I feel pretty good about this choice.
  9. Kelly

    Tips To Get Off NRT Gum

    Thank you to all. I am not good with computers and this format is unfamiliar to me. I used only gum. The thing that bugs me is I was off for two months.Then for no reason I could figure out ,I was having a rough time keeping my quit. I figured The gum was better than the smokes. I am 7 months without a puff. I just do not want to be hooked on anything. SIGH!

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