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i did it

Posted in Staying quit 26 Sep 2020

i was a smoker for 33 years ive been smoke free for almost a year

i have been through my dads death and covid lockdown in melbourne

i found it quite easy after the first month tbh,,,

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  • Gemma23 September 26, 2020 | 22:48
    Well done to you
    You defently are a non smoker now if you managed to get through what sounds to be not the nicest of a year without a smoke.
    Well done
  • jessfreeof, Northern NSW September 27, 2020 | 5:53
    What an accomplishment and what a beautiful way to honour your dads memory ❤️ 🙏
  • softly40, Mid North Coast September 27, 2020 | 8:07
    Congratulations Rockyf, My how time flies, wishing you much happiness and freedom to you and everyone in Melbourne Victoria. NOPE (not one puff ever)
  • Happiness September 27, 2020 | 19:50
    Yes, it can be easy. So many are afraid and flounder. You are an inspiration, a show of strength through even the difficult times, proof that we can endure if our minds are made up.
    Congratulations !
  • PuffNoMore, Southern NSW September 28, 2020 | 20:49
    Nice work Rocky! Glad to hear your still off those smokes. I found the first month quite tough too.
    We were not so hard hit with covid-19 lockdown like you guys in Melbourne, although its starting to loosen up a bit recently.
    No matter what- we don't smoke..$$ yippee$$
  • Rachel Todd October 02, 2020 | 16:19
    It is tough as I have tried as well multiple times, but I find that the lockdown actually makes it easier to quit as you have less triggers like going to pubs and drinking etc.
    Here is more about the triggers that I found a key thing to tackle.


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