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Katrina+struggling
Hunter New England
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20/06/2019
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Quiting

Posted in Staying quit 20 Nov 2019
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Hey ev1 sorry haven't been around been pretty flat but guess what 🥁🥁🥁 155 days smoke free.no hiccups no nothing there's been days that I felt like a smoke n I just tell me self I have money all the time n it works still have trouble with other demons like my knee injury n anxiety depression n panic disorder but I've done it there is defin no turning back for me now.... and everyone on here is certainly friendly has ya back all the way if need be n that's what ya need is that support n people to tell u can do it n they are proud of u etc just that lil encouragement goes along way..

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  • Happiness November 20, 2019 | 8:53
    You are awesome Katrina the Winner! It is so great to hear from you and learn that you are doing so well. As I said before, you were one horse it would have been hard to back given all of your health issues and anxiety/depression. You are an inspiration to all who have doubts about successfully completing this journey. It just hoes to show that the right attitude and mindset can do wonders.

    I hope you are breathing better these days and that your accumulating some savings for a rainy day. Perhaps you could let us know much being a non=smoker now has impacted other areas of your life. I trust you have had or are now scheduled for that knee surgery that they refused to do while smoking. Have the signs of copd lessened, and what if any effect has it had on your anxiety or depression?

    You should be so proud of yourself. I know I am elated for you. Thanks for sharing and I look forward to more comments.
  • Nuts November 21, 2019 | 0:36
    Well done Katrina. You are awesome. I am really proud of you.😚👍
  • DAB57 November 23, 2019 | 10:37
    Well done Katrina. It feels great doesn't it. Being free from the chains of smoking and the ill health of nicotine and all the other mixed in chemicals we used to breath in. Happy healthy future.

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