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    They're going to make a hand.
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    He is way out there!
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    What's the good word?
  4. Tital waves Jaime!! But as time goes on it gets so much better I promise. Before you know it it you won't even think about them or at least very long Stay strong and adjust the way you think and break your habits you used to have when you would light up. It will surprise you just how much is habit and not need. You will get passed this and feel so much better.
  5. Thank you all again. I just want you all to know how much you've helped me through this journey. The wisdom, compassion, understanding and BS here has made this so much easier. I just want you to know you've made the bumpy ride so much smoother. Once again, thank you!
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    Going forward we need to change a few things.
  7. Thank you Whispers.
  8. Thank you all! Was thinking to myself the other day just my luck...I quit to late.
  9. Thank you Jillar. I've felt all the above. I did go to the Dr. about 4-5 months ago and at that time everything looked good. Thank you for your response...it's made me feel better for the time being.
  10. Stay strong Lia...it won 't be long until you love the smell of NO SMOKE on anything you wear! And not being looked at like a piece of poo when you are out smoking in the corner of where ever you are. Tomorrow will be 60 days for me and I have to say, it hasn't been quite as hard as what I was afraid it would be, but I have certainly had my moments and still do. Just remember the first week and how you felt and hopefully that will keep you from going back to that point. It has worked for me so far, as I never want that feeling again! Good luck...you can do this!
  11. Thank you! I've noticed it for about the last 2 weeks and it just had me a bit concerned. I really haven't noticed any junk since I've quit and I figured after all those years I would have. Just more coughing than usual and the above mentioned.
  12. Overall I feel 100% better than I did 60 days ago. But I have noticed that my breathing seems more labored...maybe shorter than it did before i quit. I feel it working out , in bed or just setting . I do have an inhaler I use when necessary but it seems worse than before. I know what this is from , just wondering if any of you noticed this when you quit.
  13. Nope!! Two months tomorrow!! Would you look at that!
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    I'm always the last to know!
  15. Thank you Linda! Is it not fun now? Not that there is not a crave from time to to time but it is a hell of a lot easier now than a month ago!
  16. Welcome Kitano! There are great people here to share their experiences and wisdom with you. Listen and take note of all the help available to you. I'm glad to see you doing this at such an early age. 40 years here and I do wish I would have done it 26 years ago! Go for it and stay with it.
  17. Good for you Linda! I agree 100%. We are all different and I admire your fortitude and determination!!
  18. Lilly, I'm somewhat a freak when it comes to smoke. I hate the way it smells, that's one of the reasons I quit, after all those years. I was tired of always having to try to hide it. Gum always, cologne on almost all the time. Most people never new I smoked , this coming from them. I am not going to be one of those ex smokers that bag people that do smoke . My point was it is hard for me to to be in a vehicle that smells of stale smoke, smelling smoke on my wife is hard no matter how hard I try. I noticed it when we both smoked. I just hate it more now than ever. I will get over it or used to it, but do not have to like it. would rather be like this than smoking again. That I never want.

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