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March 2021 New Ex-Smokers - Start Here   Quit Buddies Unite

Started 2/28/21 by Terry (abquitsmking); 46442 views.
boylant22

From: boylant22

May-20

Congratulations on 70 days!  I find it amazing to have made it this far as there was awhile that I wondered if I’d make it a week. I know what you mean about almost a trailing ghost of a thought Of what I “used” to do...sometimes melancholy in that. But we push forward :)

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BlueDahlia29

From: BlueDahlia29

May-20

Hello everyone just checking in. Been so much going on lately, I haven't had a chance to check in.  I don't know the day I put my last cigarette out but it's at least a month and a half ago. Don't really think about smoking now most of my focus has been to remain alcohol free and am at 11 months with that in a couple days. My goal is to remain alcohol free and smoke free and am doing both atm so am thrilled with that. My daughter graduated high school yesterday and we're having a party for her Saturday, have had a ton of functions going on with my daughter the last couple weeks. I hope you all are doing well in your lives and with your quits, will try to come here more often.

Blue

boylant22

From: boylant22

May-29

Hello everyone!!!  For all my March 1st group friends:  Guess what?  We are on DAY 90 today!  The last of the icky 3s!  
 

I hope everyone is doing well in their quit. I have not been on here as much as I have had a child graduating high school this year and sadly had my grandfather pass away this month too. If I can make it through these highs and lows, I figure I am doing well in my quit. 
 

interested to know for all those that used NRT if you have weened off of it yet?  I am still using the gum and worry some about relapsing when I try to go off of that. For those survivors, looking for tips!

I hope all of you, my group friends, are doing well. We need to take the time to be proud of ourselves!  Life goes on...and sometimes it seems that the focus on quitting smoking is in the rear view mirror and now it’s just become something else. BUT I do want to take the time to celebrate and also remember what an evil, sneaky habit this is and we will always need to keep some level of focus to avoid relapse. 

Jatchat

From: Jatchat

May-30

Congratulations Tanya, 90 days whew! I have not ever got that far along with my quit in recent memory. I did back in the 80's though, but I was not counting days quit, I can't even remember what year, somewhere between 85 and 90.

boylant22

From: boylant22

May-30

Thank you, Anthony!  I still mostly have to take it one day at a time. Oh how I wish it could just be a non-thought. I’m so upset that I ever even started, but we recover and learn from our past mistakes. Have a wonderful day!

Jatchat

From: Jatchat

May-30

Hi Tanya, thanks. Water under the bridge now we live with our legacy (the damage done) and with hope for a bright new future.

oxanquits

From: oxanquits

Jun-11

Hi Tanya, Congratulations on 90+++ days mark! dizzydizzydizzy

I’m with you and right behind you on this journey. 3 month today pray grateful to be part of this powerful forum.. it’s a life changer. I wish everyone who come here experience this transformation and I wish myself to stay on the track too raised_hands

boylant22

From: boylant22

Jun-12

Congratulations!!!!  3 months is awesome!!!

Anne2020

From: Anne2020

Jun-14

Well done!!  You must be starting to feel this win!  You are past the worst of it, now you must guard your quit from all temptations.  DO NOT GIVE IN - ever again.  Remember - not one puff ever is a lifestyle choice for a lifetime. 

Well Done!!    

  • Edited June 14, 2021 10:00 am  by  Anne2020
oxanquits

From: oxanquits

Jul-4

Hi Tanya, congrats on 4+ month! Hope you’re doing great and proud of yourself. clapfireheartpulse
The feeling of being a smoker is finally fading, but NOPE rule is with us to stay!

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