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Monday, April 05, 2010

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yeah, well, back to day 1 of not smoking. I'm managing to keep it together. My son was here for the weekend and he's on day 4. We had a big brainstorming session about ways to de-stress so that we don't break our quits.

ate two boxes of fudge this weekend. feeling a bit negative but I know that I'll be proud of myself by the end of the week.
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  • ELLENR2
    Hey Judy,

    Long time since we "spoke." Great job on trying to kick the smoking habit. Deep breaths helped me when I stopped. How is it going otherwise?

    Ellen
    3027 days ago
  • WHEELS54
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    Keep up the good work!
    3028 days ago
  • AMYLOUD
    Good for you!!! I never smoked, but my mother did and she had a dickens of a time quitting even after she was diagnosed with Cancer. I understand that the first two weeks are the toughest, but I'm sure you will get through with flying colors!!!
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    3028 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/5/2010 6:07:07 PM
  • ALANDES
    You can do it. I quit cold turkey in Februaruy of 2009. My motivation for qutting was that I was going to be a Dad for the first time. What is your motivation?

    I know one thing that helped me when i had a craving was chewing a piece of gum or sugar free candy. It helped a lot. I also looked up and found a picture of a long-time smokers lungs. That was disturbing and really made me think about what I was doing to my body.
    Sorry, I know this is not about me, but I wanted to pass on a few tips that helped, because it is really worth quitting! No more smelly clothes, and I can breathe better. : )

    YOU CAN DO THIS!!!!
    3028 days ago
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