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HEY! I am here, sorry. Been busy with some things. No worries, still keeping the quit! My life has consisted of errands and watching Netflix to try and distract myself. The cravings were bad on day three and I mean B A D - but I have noticed that it gets SLIGHTLY easier......but not by much.

 

Sorry all - I promise I am still here

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Glad you're still here :)  It gets easier but very slowly and there will be moments or days even when it won't be so easy.  When that happens just hold on tight and I promise you will come out the other side stronger in your quit.  

 

Proud of you.  

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HEY! I am here, sorry. Been busy with some things. No worries, still keeping the quit! My life has consisted of errands and watching Netflix to try and distract myself. The cravings were bad on day three and I mean B A D - but I have noticed that it gets SLIGHTLY easier......but not by much.

 

Sorry all - I promise I am still here

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Great to hear you are still on board :) And yes, you will start to see some glimmers of light through the 1st week darkness. It happens but just way too slow for our liking. Be patient, keep the quit by not taking even one puff and, before you know it you'll be having more good days than bad :)

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