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  1. Hi Del, glad you're here because this is where you do really get the support that...i agree with you...is often lacking from friends and family who don't always understand. My son hated me smoking yet after I quit he barely mentioned it! At the end of the day you do it for yourself, reading the celebrations here after each month of quitting were an enormous personal boost and learning about addiction was the biggest help of all. All the physical symptoms will ease off soon and you can worry about the extra bit of weight in a little while. Hope you get back on track with the quit and hope you stick around here
  2. Well done Kermit, a year is brilliant, hope you're celebrating
  3. Congratulations Sslip and a thank you from me. Yours was a name that i associated with my quit as it was around the same time and I was motivated by your posts. Without knowing it you were a quit buddy for me, hope that doesn't sound too weird but sure you know what i mean! So pleased you've reached the year mark and that it's had such a positive impact on your life. Happy celebrating
  4. This is amazing, congratulations Chrispy
  5. Congratulations Jay, this is brilliant and a milestone, keep going!
  6. Well done Sparky, keep going and celebrate
  7. Thanks very much everyone ? see you soon Martian!
  8. I don't know the percentage of UK members here but P2P is right, all the help and advice being given by our NHS and Government is that Vaping is considered an aid to quitting, and the message being pushed is that it is a safer alternative to smoking. They said that in a the stop smoking clinic and even on facebook where i saw a clip showing the 'latest research' that vaping is better for you than smoking because there is little to no tar from it. Personally i find all this really really worrying and i just can't understand why that message is being sent out publicly. The tar may be less but i'm pretty sure inhaling those chemicals is not healthy for your lungs. And most importantly there is still nicotine addiction..people i know who vape get just as distressed if they don't have it with them or can't vape. A long post for me... i can see P2P's point...but Leon, as others have said please try and find a way to help you quit other than vaping. And the best of luck and good wishes.
  9. Hi Kitano, well done on quitting and hope you stick around. There really is a lot of support and good advice here whenever you need it. Try not to think too far ahead

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