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Stewbum is One Month Smoke Free Today!!!


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Thank you all. 

And Overcome with that cool personal pilot.  Thank you so much for directing me to Allen Carr's book. It has helped me immensely. The toughest part was having already a week down and the book saying not to quit to later in the process of the read. Really made me want to light a few up and follow the teaching's, that crazy addiction mind of a smoker sucks, but I passed my own test and foraged on. Great read and what I take from it is working well for me.

Thank's again and thank all for the month congrats.


Cheers, Stewbum, 

Not such a basket case after all, just an addicted monkey.. 

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Me too @Stewbum , I got Allen's book with a few days quit already... lol

I can relate to thinking about smoking again just to be tracking with the book, the addiction is strong, all the crazy thoughts. 

Very happy for you, you never have to be a slave to nicotine again!


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Yes those crazy thoughts, Strengths and Weaknesses all at the same time.

The connection to addiction is definitely the key. Really lets one know the reasons for the mental strife's and confusions.


Cheers Stew.

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