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March 2019 Ex-Smokers    Quit Buddies Unite

Started 1/28/19 by Terry (abquitsmking); 141762 views.
Jan2185

From: Jan2185

3/18/20

Thank you Cheryl  - so have you :)

Hugs

jan sunflower

Jan2185

From: Jan2185

3/18/20

Amazing Debbie... stay safe :)

Jansunflower

AsadAKhan

From: AsadAKhan

3/18/20

Hi Cheryl,

Congratulations on your 1 year of no smoking. It is tough journey but we did it and it is well worth it. I am so glad for you and all of us who are with quit.

Smoking is now just a though which still hits at sometimes but goes away as quickly as it comes. I hope that it will keep on improving to the point where we will never miss it.

2 more days to my club house as well.

Once again congratulation on this achievement.

Regards,

Asad

cmw0822

From: cmw0822

3/18/20

Hi Asad..yes, I rarely miss it. I was at the store tonight and saw the smokes behind the counter..I thought. NEVER AGAIN!! If I can't get a chance to congratulate you on your true anniversary I send you a standing ovation now!! Please stay safe from this awful virus. Many hugs ...Cheryl 

cmw0822

From: cmw0822

3/19/20

Hi Susan..I'd be thrilled to save you a seat..its got a lovely view..its very clear and not clouded with gray,  nicotine- filled smoke that makes your eyes water and burn and your lungs gasp for air. You just stick with the Forum family here and you will make it. I am 365 days plus 2 today..just go a day at a time..or an hour if need be. I look forward to you being another member in our smober clubhouse ;) . Keeping positive thoughts for you... Cheryl 

Jan2185

From: Jan2185

3/20/20

Wooohooo Asad.

You have reached the club house!!!!

Many many congratulations - a whole year smoke free.  grinning

Very well done my friend - Time to celebrate tadaboomstar2

Jan sunflower

  • Edited March 20, 2020 4:45 am  by  Jan2185
cherbearquit

From: cherbearquit

3/20/20

Wow! During this stressful period in our lives, to see your post about coming out of retirement to assist is incredible! This truly shows dedication and kindness, which everyone should practice. We are all in this together and need to watch out for each other. I wish all the best for you. Stay safe!

slowblumer

From: slowblumer

3/20/20

Hi Asad,

Huge Congrats to you on this one year milestone.  You reached deep inside for this prize,  I hope you treat yourself to something very special.  You more than deserve it.

                   

                                                                          

AsadAKhan

From: AsadAKhan

3/20/20

Hello All

Thanks I lot for remembering it. We are small group of only 3 from March 2019 (which are successful) but together we did it and I am proud of myself.  Thank you Jan and Cheryl for remembering my quit dates and congratulating me on each and every monthly milestone.

It has been a long journey (specifically the first 4-5 months) where I think of everyone as a liar and nicotine junkie is coming again and again to me with the thoughts of one smoke to fix it all" solution or the other feelings that I will be going through this pain and agony for the rest of your life. Here I want to specifically thank ModMarge and Debbie for all the guidance and there support by patiently  responding to my stupid question of will it get better and when it get better on the forum and in private chat. 

I am member of multiple websites like whyquit and others and they are great help to start with the process. But this forum is like a afterlife to the process initiation as you get answer to all your questions 24/7 and you get the feeling that you are not alone in pain and all other in group or in forum are going through same or have gone through the same pain and agony.

I want to post a key but I am not posting as I think key is in now in my hand and i.e. to never take another puff.

Thank you all,

Regards,


Asad

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