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  • Birthday 01/19/1955

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    Ohio
  • Quit Date
    08/01/2018

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  1. Congratulations on 10 months Kris. Two more and we will be cruising together.
  2. Congratulations Dianne! Don't sail without me. I am bringing the booze.
  3. Congratulations Hat. So glad you made it this far and did so well with very little assistance. You have had the determination you needed and persistence to stay quit. I am coming up on my fourth year and have no thoughts of returning. It is a wonderful feeling to be free. I am enjoying spending all those extra funds.
  4. Good for you Happy Passenger. You have the power and strength to quit. Keep telling yourself you no longer smoke and power through the cravings. The nicotine is gone after a couple of days and then you learn to redirect those thoughts. Stay close to the forum, educate yourself, play some games and get to know us. We would love to help you along your journey.
  5. Two months quit is a great place to be - just continue on the same path and you will stay free.
  6. I found it best to just bite the bullet and quit. The sooner you get that nicotine out of your system, the easier it will become to quit. I found strength among the friends I have made on this forum. Hang around, educate yourself, play some games and get to know us. You can do this.
  7. @Matthew0225 unless you get back on the train and SOS when those strong urges appear, you will continue repeating this cycle over and over. That smoke may taste good and give a short lived feeling of satisfaction but all it does is keep you hooked. You can do this!
  8. I'd say welcome and let's get started. Hang around and let us help you along your journey. You can do this.
  9. Congratulations JudiMD. You've got this now. Keep marching forward and don't look back. Smoking is not a part of your life anymore!
  10. Congratulations on your 11mos. journey. Looking forward to the big party celebrating your year! You have done an awesome job.
  11. Congratulations @DenaliBlues. Two months is awesome. Keep marching forward and don't look back.
  12. After doing tile, I admire anyone that does it. I am one that likes to get in there and make it look new fast. We were torn up for over a week. I am thankful my husband will try anything (he is too cheap to pay anyone).
  13. Cleaning up from our big kitchen project of tiling. I said I would post a finished picture. Boy was this a job. We had painted the kitchen cabinets and got new countertops. It was hard enough picking a tile because the counter tops seemed so busy in color. We have been here 32 years and definitely needed a redo.
  14. Hang tough Kdad. You can get through this. We travelled our journeys together during your first quit. I know you have the fortitude to do this. I'm thinking your lapses are more about being down in life. You seem to have had a lot that has happened, including the pandemic. Cigarettes do nothing for you. You are worthy of a smoke free life. We are here for you!
  15. You can do this Kdad. Nothing has changed from your first quit except that you keep giving into your junky brain. Breath deep and keep moving forward. Post an SOS if you are going to smoke. Give us a chance to talk you off the ledge!

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