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    10/29/19

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  1. I feel through my many quits I have learned a lot and this quit especially...of course there are days I count my blessings and feel free and others where I still feel deprived or incomplete in some way. I do think the only thing I can do is repeat NOPE and ODAAT and know I am on this journey for a reason, for many. I love that I’ve been able to stay quit this long, but I do feel like an ex smoker or quitter, not a non smoker yet. Thank you for the welcomes
  2. Quitting for the hundredth time after 20 year love/hate relationship with cigarettes. I smoked a pack daily and lately I was smoking without even noticing sometimes. I was smoking with a quickness and where sometimes I would want more and more and it never seemed enough until it just was too much. If I felt I could be completely accepted as a smoker and I had unlimited funds and immortal health, I would never quit. But I don’t have those options and I had to quit. I had to keep trying. I now have 35 days of freedom! The place I like to post a little and lurk a lot is closing. I find myself looking for a new home. It has been beneficial to me in the past to stay connected on these type of forums. Helping others is so rewarding to me and I need help to keep quit for good!!!! I need support and to feel like my quit matters. I don’t even remember my last Quit that lasted this long, it has been at least four years or longer. I am feeling happy and very few craves now...but have my moments and rough days like everyone else. I hope I can learn from you all and encourage others in keeping their quits with me.

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