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  1. Holy Sh*t that's right, that is a lot of cigarettes! 3,162‬ days here, that translates into about 94,840 cigarettes not smoked for me. Yikes!
  2. Congratulations on your continued freedom, Claire! Stay vigilant and enjoy! Jim
  3. It's not unusual. I still remember cravings hitting me periodically, but in waves, after a year. At airports of all places. The big picture is that the cravings will continue to grow weaker and less frequent. However this might be a good time to review the reasons you quit to begin with. Write the reasons down on a piece of paper and keep the list with you at all times. Revisit the Newbie Package and Joel's pages, and read and remember. Revisit any practices that helped you early on. Your resolve will become even stronger and the cravings will continue to weaken and become less frequent. Hang in there!! You've beat this thing and all you need to do is remain vigilant!
  4. NOPE! (You're doing great, Kate18!)
  5. NOPE! Not One Puff Ever, and I am so relieved that I don't smoke
  6. That's easy! I don't smoke! NOPE
  7. You can do this! I quit just 3 weeks before a Thanksgiving holiday, and just 7 weeks before Christmas, and looking back I wouldn't have done it any other way. The confidence you've earned from being free of your addiction is a treasure, and sharing that joy wtih all of the folks coming to visit will make you feel great. Enjoy everyone's company and quirks and let them pull whatever S&*& they want - stay enveloped in your happiness in being free
  8. Sometimes I have to almost pinch myself to believe that I'm free after more than 30 years of addiction. But NOPE and the comraderie of supportive folks made the difference for me. With gratitude to all, I think this is my favorite day of the year! My celebration today has been quiet, confident, and joyful. Thank you! Jim

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