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Kris is Three Months Smoke Free Today!!!


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Thanks to all of you!! I am smoke free but look forward to the day I am crave free.  That I do not think of it all.

 

Just so grateful to the people here have given advice, support and overall kindness.  You have made me laugh when I had no joy.  You have taught me that we all have struggles and that gives you strength to keep on trying on not only my quit but other things as well!

K

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Hungry Adventure Time GIFCongratulations, Kris, on all the hard work and determination you put in to master months 1, 2, and 3!!!  I also had craves that seemed to last forever, but eventually they faded into the background and stayed mostly out of sight..   You're doing fabulously!

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Finally I have a trophy and the strange thing I have done other things worthy of a trophy, much harder things I can tell you.  This makes me feel very special because no one in my life smoked so they don't get the hard work we have to put in to get the job done.  If I could compare I would tell my sister no make up for the rest of your life, she would not last the week.  

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Congratulations @Kris on 3 months.  I agree, this is one of the hardest things to do in life and you're doing so well not only in keeping the quit but doing it with all the other things going on in your life.  Well done!

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