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Everything posted by Damona

  1. Hope you had a wonderful anniversary Doreen! Congratulations!!
  2. Quite a variety of answers. Thanks everyone! It's something I was curious about and enjoyed reading the replies. Whatever works for each individual...it's all good. I tend to do the ritual like Boo mentioned. I'm not satisfied unless I get a good long drag for my last puff which seems so silly to the rational portion of my brain.
  3. Prayers and good wishes to you @hellkatbaby for a full recovery.
  4. Great job reciprocity! Keep that pig quit going!!!
  5. As long as I force myself to relax, not too bad really.
  6. I am going to start counting from midnight today, 08/02/2019.
  7. How do you determine your quit date? I have always thought that the quit date is the date you smoke your last cigarette, even if you put it out at 11:59 p.m. I notice that a lot of people use the next day as their quit date and it makes me curious. So, what date do you use and why?
  8. Damona

    Phrase Connect Game

    Ain't no mountain high enough
  9. I'll join you Matt. Let's see who can last the longest!
  10. Wee, two years is fabulous! Big congratulations to you!!
  11. So happy for you Linda! You tried, saw that you could do it, and are now reaping the rewards of being a non-smoker! Big congratulations to you and enjoy your smoke free life!
  12. The cover is pretty good but I love the original!
  13. Hi Ankush. Going through a lot of stress right now but have quit again. Almost have 1 day now.
  14. Hi Ankush. Going through a lot of stress right now but have quit again. Almost have 1 day.
  15. Wow! I think I have smoked about 28 of those piles.
  16. Sorry to hear of your loss Doreen. Strength to you and your family in this difficult time.
  17. Yay Linda! Getting mighty close to 1 year. Good for you!!
  18. Good for you MLMR! Keep it going!!
  19. Congratulations Jill! Three years is a long time!!

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