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Just passed a two Year anniversary mark. An interesting part to my quitting process is that I had a time bending experience. What I mean is that there is always before and after smoking, but more importantly in the beginning of my quit the time started moving at a different pace. I found out that without smoking my days became longer because time had slowed down. There were no more smoke breaks. My body was waiting for a nicotine fix that never came and it seemed that time stood still while my body was awaiting on the fix. I certainly felt abnormal because I forgot what one should feel without a cig. Fast forward to today and I am happy to say that the time is back to normal and I feel normal without a cig. However, as a reminder I still use my ashtrays for spent sunflower seeds. Good luck to everyone who is just starting out or in the middle of their journey because no matter how hard it seems now it will get better. Just a reminder, just about every former smoker is just one puff away from a full blown addiction. Practice NOPE - not one puff ever. Cheers to all.
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