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Hang tough Juan, you don't want to have to start all over again. You have a great quit going!

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Juan,

There are too many cigarettes in the world !

Smokes have NOTHING for you, nada nunca nadie

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It's going to be much easier to cure people if you're healthy right?!

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illness caused by smoking....a lot of that in hospital

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Suck on candy, try the air cigarette. Keep busy in areas you can't smoke in

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You have a great quit going.

Concentrate on your success, Juan.

Your freedom from addiction.

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Take some concentrated deep beautiful breaths of oxygen.

In through your nose, out through your mouth.

Think of good times.

Eat a little something !

Are you Hungry Angry (emotional) Lonesome (bored) Tired ?

Deal with those things.

Do not smoke, smoking is ridiculous

 

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Identify what your body really requires.

You quit smoking....you don't need smokes for sure.

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Well, go find a girlfriend, Juan !

That will keep you busy and your mind off smokes, for sure. lol.

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Posted (edited)

Dont smoke. Go find a non- smoking girlfriend and live happily ever after without lung cancer, throat cancer, COPD or emphysema!!! 

 

Smoking doesn’t make you smarter.  Does quite the opposite doesn’t it?? 

 

PS - good job posting SOS! 

Edited by Lust4Life
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23 days without smoking is very precious Juan .

Do not ruin it .

 

You will feel like shit if you break that 23 day old quit for sure .

 

The dullness will go  away .

 

There will be fresh times .

 

Hang in there .

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You're doing great Juan, see you can get past it and keep that awesome quit :) 

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we're here too, Juan.

Reward yourself for conquering this episode !

 

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41 minutes ago, Juanrmartino2 said:

i did reward myself 

 

You earned it Juan.

 

You are building a solid quit for yourself.

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We all come face to face with the worst our addiction can throw at us during the early days of our quit Juan. You have done that as well now and have beaten your urge to smoke. Well done! Winning these especially hard battles is what strengthens the foundation of our quits. Keep moving forward - you're winning!!

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Great job fighting through this, Juan.  Keep up the great work.

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I'm a little late to the post, but I'm so glad to see you've fought your way through this craving! You're doing great. Good job posting instead of lighting up!

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I'm late too....

I'm so proud of you Juan ...I'm so rooting for you ....you kept your precious quit ....

High five !!!!!

Well done quit train ...you worked your magic ....

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