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debbieuk
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600 days today

Posted in Quit experiences 12 Sep 2017
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Today is another milestone, its 600 days today. Thanks everyone for support, this is a great site and I am so grateful I no longer pay for something that was killing me. Every quitter is a winner.

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  • Johnnie, South Eastern Sydney September 12, 2017 | 15:07
    Well done Debbie....keep going. Cheers
  • Johnnie, South Eastern Sydney September 12, 2017 | 15:07
    Well done Debbie....keep going. Cheers
  • Johnnie, South Eastern Sydney September 12, 2017 | 15:10
    Hi Debbie, sorry for doubling comment. You doing good . I am on 414days at present and yes how easier it has become. Cheers.
  • latarnya, Hunter New England September 12, 2017 | 15:26
    That's great your an inspiration for all on this site.CONGRATS!!!
  • Lia September 12, 2017 | 23:45
    Hi Debbie. You have done extremely well to reclaim 600 days. Keep going.
  • debbieuk September 13, 2017 | 7:26
    Thanks Johnnie, congrats on 414 days, thankyou latarnya lots of quitters on this site are inspiration and finally Lia thankyou you and what a great journey you have had. ALL QUITTERS ARE WINNERS. Thanks everyone
  • Dobbin September 13, 2017 | 8:10
    Well done Debbie. A great milestone.
  • Indigo8 September 18, 2017 | 9:15
    Hi Debbie, I just wanted to say that I am so incredibly inspired by you and many other successful quitters on this website. Coming back to this website and reading stories and comments is so motivating for me. Thank you x
  • René September 22, 2017 | 6:19
    Hi. I was relieved to come across this site after, in desparation, googling: "Day 1 of stopping smoking". I joined this site a few minutes ago to be part of a community who can so relate to my situation. I set my quit date for 1 Oct. I have for decades known that I should stop - and totally get that it is just destructive on every level - I can no longer keep up the "internal "tug of war" and maintain the bondage.
  • Antipetal September 23, 2017 | 9:28
    René i at the same stage as you ... I am planning on tomorrow as my quit date and trying this site out as recommended by my GP who assured me to get all supports i need. Ive smoked the bulk of of my life.... From 14/15 to now 47.
    I gave for pregnancy years ago, so I know it can be done. i dont know why it is so scary to give up ... Is it the fear of being alone in my thoughts instead of sucking on a srupid cigarette. Is it fear of failure ... Is it fear of actually having to find alternatives to amuse myself when i'm bored?
    I know it's such a stupid, filthy habit and so do you René ... We can do this!!
  • debbieuk September 23, 2017 | 20:55
    Thanks everyone for the comments, Dobbin I am always reading your posts they really are great and uplifting and must of helped so many people, I know they helped me. Thank you indigo8 this site is a lovely site, I don't live in NSW but I am very grateful to this website, it is a great international site. Rene' and Antipetal you are at the start of your journey. Keep going, I smoked for decades, smoking is not your buddy or friend, it is your greatest enemy and only you can beat it. You can do it and you will do it.

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