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751 days smokefree it says

Posted in Quit experiences 25 Jul 2021

It seems like awesome news I continued this quit. I didn't think I could. But the good news is it's over. I am in this new-founded territory and should always tell myself that. Good news. I am not a newbie at this anymore. And I should always remember the journey that I started. It was because of doctors in a hospital that I ever did succeed in this. I was a wreck, and they kindly tore me away. I am so lucky. This is the next stage of this. One where I just tell people it's easier than they believed. Not making it more complicated than it should be or even could be. This means I am going to get over this because I choose to. Going to take that giant step to not going back to neither the beginning stages of quitting or to smoking.

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  • Happiness July 27, 2021 | 9:35
    You did it rmd. Fantastic!
  • softly40, Mid North Coast July 26, 2021 | 8:11
    Congratulations rmd, you have succeeded in stopping smoking for 751 days, and along the way, have adjusted with help from those great medical people, and those who love you. Your part in this quit needs to be acknowledged too you have re-invented yourself, with a happy and grateful heart. Well done, responding to others is also helpful in keeping you on this path, stay in touch.
  • Smokeless quitter July 25, 2021 | 11:23
    Congratulations!!! I’m at 467 days myself! Doesn’t it feel absolutely great to be free from the shackles of those ugly disgusting cancer sticks??? For me it feels like a lifetime ago yet it wasn’t that long ago. I still get the odd craving or odd dream that I’m smoking but smoking now is mostly an after thought. It doesn’t even bother me to see people smoking but the smell surr does bother me a lot! It’s very gross!! Keep on trucking on! Soon you will hit your 1000th day and I’ll hit my 500th!!

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