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In one hour, it will be three days of this quit. Trying to make this one forever. I slept a bit better last night. need to cut down on coffee and snacks

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Good for you getting through day 3 C12! Remember, focus just on today and for today alone you won't smoke :) 

Don't take on too much in the early days of your quit. Remember, rewards are important for getting through the day as a non-smoker. If that happen's to be snacking, so be it. It you gain a little weight, you can address that later once your quit is secure. For the coffee - yeah, try to replace that with something else if you can. Maybe a decaf coffee or, fruit juice would be a great substitute too. Keep going Christine :) 

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You're doing great so far Christine, I agree with reci don't worry about the snacking or coffee right now. Focus on one thing at a time :) 

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Day 3 will become Day 4 and will be another day to celebrate.  Daily victories add up.  Keep it going!!! 

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Great job christine! 

 

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Each day is a great accomplishment and congratulations on your three days of Freedom.

Your body begins to repair and you settle in and get stronger every day.

Since you mentioned caffeine, you might find this vid from our friend, Joel, interesting.

 

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Hey girl you are a day ahead of me and  Doing great, Yes it is still up hill but you have a Full head of Steam and are rolling strong !

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