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Kate18

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  1. How a "C- student who can't settle down or focus for more than 5 or 10 minutes at a time." His ideas around "marginal adjustments" were what got me thinking of how I stayed quit after I quit.
  2. I saw this on YouTube the other day, and remembered when I DECIDED to quit, not just "smoke socially," or taper off over time, or whatever rationalization was letting me try to fool myself that I was addicted to nicotine. I quit the week before Covid hit my county in February 2020. I previously worked in an infectious diseases clinic and also coordinated medical conferences. Every so often we'd have a guest speaker present information on how the next pandemic would start and spread. I watched it on the map online as it crept across China and heard the news about deaths and how smokers were vulnerable. Done. Quit. Cold Turkey. The virus wouldn't have cared if I was a "social smoker." I remember, also, about trying to keep to half a pack a day, or whatever. OK, is it time yet? Should I have one now, or save it for later when I might want it more? Decision fatigue. Made the desire for one even stronger. It is hard to let go, I know. But you can do this. Good luck.
  3. Congratulations @JustSomeGuy! Those months keep adding up and before you know it, you'll have your first year under your belt and celebrating big time. Excellent!
  4. Congratulations, @Kris. You are a beacon to all those folks still counting days or weeks or months, wanting to be where you are now. Good for you!
  5. Congratulations, @Steven Drojensky !!! So awesome, your first year!!
  6. Congratulations, @DenaliBlues!!! The months are adding up.....keep up the great work!!!
  7. This is great, @Sal. Soooo great!

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