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January Bravehearts 2019   Quit Buddies Unite

Started 1/31/19 by ModAndrea; 656241 views.
IainZAR

From: IainZAR

3/13/21

We are doing well. Surving the covid chaos and in what feels like a space walk. But good to hear from you. Sending prayers and happy thoughts 

  • Edited March 13, 2021 1:12 pm  by  IainZAR
Anne2020

From: Anne2020

3/15/21

I totally agree with you about shedding the associations.  I have the odd 'wish I could smoke', then realize I can if I want to.  I just don't want to go back to that again.  It took too long to finally quite and hey, after all, we are romancing one cigarette.  When in fact, that one cigarette turns into years of smoking with ugly side effects.  It's never just one.

A lot like the mermaids in the Pirate movies - they look so pretty, you really want one and then, if you invite one in, it turns on you like a ferocious animal, dragging you into the depths of addiction and depravity.   Nope, I can see right through that facade.

Cheers on your 2 years!!! Well done.

IainZAR

From: IainZAR

Jan-12

I hope you're still going strong Anne. Keep it up!

IainZAR

From: IainZAR

Jan-12

Hi Icandothis!, 

Yes, two years such a huge and crazy milestone, you are almost there yourself, was 5th Jan 2019 for me, so just celebrated 2 years. I owe alot to this group, really helped me

IainZAR

From: IainZAR

Jan-12

Hi Robin, 

Thank you :) we are really well and now have a little girl who just loves her big brother. Happy healthy and smoke-free since 5th Jan 2019. 

How are you, crazy in the US and world right now. I have just recovered from Omicron, day by day!

IainZAR

From: IainZAR

Jan-12

I also look back amazed, was in such a fog, fuzz.

I still also think about smoking, even having a lovely Cuban cigar sitting on my mantlepiece as a reminder. But no going back

IainZAR

From: IainZAR

Jan-12

Love you analogy, hope youre doing well, im recalculating and now thinking its 3 for me!

Anne2020

From: Anne2020

Jan-12

Congratulations to you on your quit and the addition to your family.  You must be elated to be living a smokefree lifestyle with your young family.  Well done!  

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Anne2020

From: Anne2020

Jan-12

Isn't that actually 3 years?

IainZAR

From: IainZAR

Jan-12

3 years and 8 days Annne! 

Thanks again for your kind words, you also seem.to be amazingly well, super strong.

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