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Apologies for not posting enough!   General Chit-Chat

Started Dec-4 by xvaper; 352 views.

From: xvaper


  • Thanks Cindi,
  • It really does get better. Slowly getting rid of that thought that I can't have coffee or a drink without a cigarette, or that it will help at a time of stress. I'm not dealing worse with depression and stress that I did before. I deal with it better. I don't go around preaching to people, and I don't have a problem when they smoke around me.  If I see someone Very young smoking, that  is the only time when I try to intervene and tell them how dangerous addiction will become, perhaps it will help. Cravings are very rare and last less than one minute is that. Just thinking about the taste of cigarettes, and the smell on my clothes is enough to remind me what smoking is really about.
  • Time is really on your side when you quit. Life without cigarettes becomes normal, natural. So worth it. 
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From: Anne2020


18 months into your smoke-free lifestyle.  I know you are feeling absolutely fantastic and proud of yourself - as you should.  I bet it still feels a bit new as well.  You have done yourself the best thing you could do.  Stick around cause, with age like a find wine, this smoke-free lifestyle really does get better.

Well Done.      Here is a sunshine hug for you - 

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From: xvaper


Awwww thank you for the hug! It does get better! I can never imagine wanting that taste in my mouth. Happy holidays!