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6 months 2 weeks

Posted in Quit experiences 05 Nov 2020

Hey guys. I just wanted to pop in and let you know that I am still on track. Had very rough days but didn't smoke. I think I managed to code myself as a non smoker. I keep away from cigarette smokes as the smell is really revolting for me now. I am happy about how far I made it with all your help. Many thanks.

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  • Drmem89 November 07, 2020 | 3:18
    Hello guys and thank you all for the nice messages. Its lovely to pop back in and find the same people to speak. It certainly a big plus. I haf some difficult times but I learned how to cope without cigarettes. Puffnomore, I am not an MD but I am a dentist. Thank you guys once more 🙏
  • PuffNoMore, Southern NSW November 06, 2020 | 23:00
    hi dermy! There's no one around. Could the trump voting thingo have peoples attention? Dont know why it would matter to our world.
    I think a doctor could have more relevance to our health and wellbeing!
    Are you doctor Drmem89?
  • softly40, Mid North Coast November 06, 2020 | 7:54
    Great news Drmem, you have a good attitude to help you on your way, and of course, this website helps to keep you on track. Thank you for dropping by with your updates, you have certainly come a long way. Congratulations on just over 6months smoke free, I hope you are living well now that you have that extra money, we can now afford to buy all the healthy foods we couldn't afford before.
  • Happiness November 06, 2020 | 1:59
    Awesome results. When we can hate the smell too I should think you are home=free. I don't mind the smell, its the lingering stink afterwards. I got nauseous while pregnant but still took smoking up again. Sure do wish I had quit then...but didn't have the mindset or support system decades ago like we do now. I am glad to help others escape and find their freedom too.

    Great Job Drmem89!

  • Robn November 05, 2020 | 21:35
    Well done....when you look back I bet it wasn’t as hard as you thought it would be. We are sometimes held back from quitting by fear...of hard it will be, and sometimes fear of if we are successful how our life will change. But I haven’t heard anyone say that they regretted quitting....good on you and continue to enjoy your smoke free life

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