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July 2022 Ex-Smokers    Quit Buddies Unite

Started 7/24/22 by Denim50; 10175 views.
tonypfan

From: tonypfan

Sep-2

Thank you for the clear explanation. 

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tonypfan

From: tonypfan

Sep-2

Howdy to the July non smokers. I’m hoping you’re all doing well and remaining smoke free. It gets easier as each day passes, doesn’t it?  I’m finding that the grunge from my lungs is being expelled. That makes me feel good. I’m being cleansed from the inside out. Just wanted to say hi and that I’m with you in Spirit. Seize the day. Carpe diem. Anthony 

tonypfan

From: tonypfan

Sep-2

Yes. Good luck to us. I’m in my 7th week. I feel super good. Thank you for your post. Anthony 

Denim50

From: Denim50

Sep-4

Have a great day. relaxed 

 

Denim50

From: Denim50

Sep-4

Hey Ginger, 

Huge congratulations to you today on your accomplishment! relaxedtadaCelebrating 2 months smoke free! Such a great achievement! I hope you're enjoying a wonderful weekend and that you continue to treat yourself to something special to celebrate. This is a great weekend for it too. However you spend it and whatever you do, I hope you have fun. Best wishes as you keep moving forward. 

Have a great day. relaxed 

 

Denim50

From: Denim50

Sep-4

Hey Anthony, 

You're welcome, anytime. I'm happy to help. 

Have a great day. relaxed 

 

Denim50

From: Denim50

Sep-4

Have a great day. relaxed 

 

tonypfan

From: tonypfan

Sep-4

Thank you, Denim:  I’m pleased as punch that I am already 7 weeks smoke free.  And even now I seldom have a desire to smoke.  Several weeks ago I got a huge craving, the type that previously always brought me into relapse.  But not this time.  I ended up posting a comment during that crave and , lo and behold, I didn’t run to the convenience store to buy a pack of Marlboro.  Me thinks that I am finally breaking the back of certain strong cravings.  

I do not feel smug, trust me.  But I do believe that deep within me certain new resources are emerging that help me counter strong triggers.  I thank God daily that I am becoming free again.  How very grateful I am.  Many thanks to this Forum, my umbilical cord to a smoke free life and freedom from slavery.  And to you, Denim, for your fraternal concern.  Anthony

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tonypfan

From: tonypfan

Sep-8

To my smoking friends who quite in July 2022. I hope all of you are doing well and beginning to feel the beneficent affects of being smoke free.  Isn’t it a wonderful feeling to begin expelling the grunge in your lungs?  This is a sure sign that the body is beginning to heal.  And isn’t it marvelous to wake up in the morning with a fog free brain, with no smokey residue circulating inside your head as a result of the previous day’s cigarettes? And don’t you feel already more relaxed throughout the day without having to step outside for a smoke or to attend an event or whatever without the need to bring a pack of smokes and to excuse yourself so you can withdraw for a cigarette?  And how much better you feel about yourself without the stench of a cigarette like a smelly halo above your head?  Yes, this a gift which we must not take for granted. 

Our Quit is truly THE PEARL OF GREAT PRICE!!!!  Lately I have been getting on my knees to give thanks for my progress to date.  I believe in miracles, don’t you?  We are accomplishing what we never thought was possible.  LET US ALL GIVE THANKS FOR OUR NEW LIFE.  WE ARE REBORN!!!!

ANTHONY

Ginger3077

From: Ginger3077

Sep-8

Hi Anthony. Yes I'm feeling some benefits. It will take awhile for this old body to recuperate after 50 years of the death sticks. It's the best thing I can do and will do for myself. Take care and enjoy the freedom

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