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  1. congrats!!!!!!!!!!!! keep up the good work!
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    Congratulations and awesome strength for cold turkey. That is how i did it also!!
  3. years ago meaning a failed quit...9 months i have been fully done. thank you!! thanks so much! i must say this pic looks like my husband as a child so much!!!
  4. Hey ya'll!! I am super proud bc i am 9 months smoke free!!!! Again, I am blessed bc i have had no cravings at all! Life is better, anxiety significantly decreased as well. It was torture when i quit years ago, but this i am so grateful for! How are you all doing? I always lurk haha, thanking you all again
  5. Congratulations @c9jane29 HUGE celebration is due!!!!
  6. Thank you all so much! This is a great feeling for sure I appreciate all your words!!!!
  7. Do not feel that way! You are fighting a horrible addiction and you are very strong and WILL beat it. These feelings happen to the best of us! Read and watch former smoker videos, it WORKS! *Mind over matter*
  8. Hi Jeana!! Congratulations on taking this awesome step!!
  9. Hey everyone! Thank you all for your kind words. I am so proud that i am SMOKE FREE! I cannot thank you all enough for your encouragement and support. I must say (and thank God and my angels) that this has been easy for me. I have quit before and it was sooo hard. I am so grateful this time around. I think it was just getting to me - not feeling well, etc. I absolutely feel better, my anxiety has lessened. And my skin looks great. A lot of people have noticed this also! Also no longer short of breath and can do more rigorous workouts. :) BEST part is how proud my kids are.
  10. @MLMR thank you, and yes!! it is a great feeling

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