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Kdad last won the day on June 18 2019

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About Kdad

  • Birthday 02/07/1972

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    Kenoppriecht.com

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Stoughton, WI
  • Interests
    Art
  • Quit Date
    5-8-22

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  1. 17 days free! I'm on a roll!
  2. Feel strong! I have a bracelet on that represents my quit. I touch it when I have a craving and it helps.
  3. Still on the train!
  4. Day 4! Going strong.
  5. LOL! The Walrus is from Sweet Pickles, my daughters favorite books. Thanks for the comforting words.
  6. Hey gang. I am starting from square one again. I relapsed but now quitting for good. I am using the CDC online resources called Quit For Life. It has some new tools like 24/7 chat. I am finding it very helpful. So I am two days into my quit. Help me make it the last quit for good. Thanks
  7. Thanks for the support! Still smoke free.
  8. It is so hard. I am close to buying a pack. I have MS and my doctor told me smoking is especially bad for me. But I still want to smoke.
  9. Relapsed again but quit 6 days ago. Today was the hardest yet. I maintained the NOPE!!! Wish me luck.
  10. Relapsed again. Back on the train now.
  11. Day 4 down! Feeling great.
  12. Still going strong!!!
  13. Thanks for all the support!! One thing I am doing different is when I have a crave I go outside, breath in the fresh air, enjoy the moment. Taking these breaks really helps. I used to go outside to smoke so I am replacing it with a good habit. Plus I am using the lozenges.

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