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There'll be no celebration for me tomorrow!

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Dear quit friends, 

 

I regret to say that I will not be celebrating a month of no smoking because I RELAPSED! I'm back on the wagon, so I'm looking forward to my 30-day celebration in a month's time. :)

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I am sorry to hear this One.  Glad though that you jumped right back on.  Learn from the relapse and put you learned to use here in your sticky quit.  Reach out to anyone here if you need help.  Maybe you could start a blog and don't forget the NOPE pledge.

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Aww..One. Sorry to hear that.

 

Still, practice makes perfect.

 

Keep your pecker up and crack on!

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Awe One, what a big bummer but good for you for getting right back on it.  Take heed to Colleen's words and learn from it.  It will make you stronger.  I am really glad you've decided to get back on the train and do it again.  

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So sorry to hear this.  Why no SOS?  What happened?

 

Glad you are back on board the train...sorry you are starting over.

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Hi put your relapse behind you learn where you went wrong and take strength to move forward in your quit.  The addiction is hard to overcome sometimes, but the most important thing is you came straight back on the Quit Train, NOPE is a good mantra to help you, I'm saying it constantly at the moment and will continue to do so for as long as it takes.  Being a former relapser I know how you feel, give yourself a good kick and tell yourself that this time the nicotine is not going to win.

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Very sorry to read this...

 

You're straight back on it, like a bonnet, so that sounds like progress. Head down, shoulders back and crack on...eyes on the prize.

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the quicker you get back on the quit...the easier it will be for you

 

By now I am sure you know that smoke did nothing for you...bet it was really disappointing and not at all like you were longing for, was it?  Nope...that's the illusion that many people who relapse give in to.  But it's a lie....

 

Now that you know this..re-commit to NOPE...and stick to it.

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Hi- Your coming right back on the Forum and the fact that you

have not quit trying to quit is a big boost for you and for us. Glad

you're back.  Thanks !     paul :)

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