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About Nana20

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  • Birthday March 28

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    Reading, Spending time with my family, Hiking, Camping, Fishing. A lot of out doorsy kind of stuff....
  • Quit Date
    June 5, 2020

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  1. Well it has been 6 months and I am still going strong. I haven't had a crave or urge in a while. I am still climbing. Each day is easier and easier. Most days I don't even think about it. I just wanted to let you guys know how I am doing. Nana
  2. You do it in whatever fashion you can. If you can only handle a minute at a time do that. If an hour doesn't seem that far do that. Just breathe, stay close to the board, and reach out if you need any help. We are here if you need us. Also don't forget to post an S.O.S. if you feel like you are going to relapse. Remember post and wait for at least 2-3 replies. You got this!!!
  3. Congratulations on keeping your quit safe!!!!
  4. N.O.P.E. Not today, Not today....
  5. NOPE!!!! Have a good Friday everyone!!!!
  6. That is to cute!!!!
  7. Linda, All the advice my fellow quitsters are rock solid. You need to educate yourself, but at the end of the day. whether you quit cold turkey or If it takes NRT's to get free of nicotine then so be it. For me I am 48 days quit and I used Chantix and Bupropion (basically Wellbutrin and Zyban). I am on finishing up the Chantix and still have a month or two on the Bupropion. But no matter how you get there meeting your goal is the key and your goal is to be smoke-free.
  8. I like this one I think this should definitely be in the top three... I also like this one as well.... What can I say they are all good... Because I like this one to. I am not one to decide.

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