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Well, folks.  I have officially made it a week!  Last Tuesday night, I smoked the last one.  Still feeling the pull.  Still a little scared that I'll get overwhelmed and cave in, but.........so far, so good.  Some kind of reward this weekend, I'm thinking.  I just wish the weather would get cooler so that I can get out and walk.  I just cannot take the heat and humidity.  Afraid of gaining weight, but cannot let that get in the way.  I can only deal with one thing at a time.  The quit is my first priority.

 

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Congratulations on one week bjean! That's a really big deal. Try not to worry too much about what lies ahead and take pride in what you've already accomplished. You're doing great!

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Well done bjean! That 1st week is without question the most difficult. You seem to have a really great attitude toward this quitting thing. Take it a bit at a time is right at this stage. Before you know it, your time as a non-smoker will start to pile up :)

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Keep at it lad! You´´ll reach the first year before you know it and then you´ll look back and ask what was all the fuzz about. It´ll fell strange and funny, and you´ll know you have suceeded. Victory is in your reach!

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