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Congratulations on your almost 3 year quit. Just think this time next month you will be 3 years smoke-free. I can't wait until I can post like you, but for now I will take it the easy way and that is one minute/hour/day at a time... I am coming up on my 1 month of being quit.

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Hi Everyone.   I've been looking around this site for a few days you all seem a very supportive and helpful bunch which I definitely need!!!   Some years ago I quit but stupidly relapsed after

After this period of time I now think I’m entitled to do my monthly post in years after than months so 2 years 6 months. 😀😀😀

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9 hours ago, Jack1664 said:

2 years 11 months 😀😀

 

Congratulations Jack!  And thanks for coming back to celebrate your anniversary with us.

JohnQ

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Hey Jack !

Congratulations on your THREE YEARS of Freedom !

 

I remember feeling so great at three years, all my patterns and associations with smoking were seriously in the past

and I had a solid understanding that my future would never ever never include nicotine again.

 

Have some fun, some celebration and of course, rewards.

The crowd cheers for you, I can hear them from here.

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