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Jul 2 10 6:48 PM
I can't find your actual quit date but think your next big celebration of bronze will be coming up in a couple of weeks? let us know so we can all send you lots of nice messages! Best wishes,Margaret - quit 62 days, 1,240 cigs not smoked, €510 saved.
Jul 3 10 11:19 AM
I see that you are boldly marching towards SILVER. That is so awesome. For me, those weeks leading up to silver were sort of like waiting for christmas to come!Like you, I still have an active nicotine addict sharing living space with me. I think it takes a little extra will-power in the early stages especially. Anyway, CONGRATULATIONS on your upcoming anniversary. Just want to be sure I get it in [even if I am way early]. I have a tendency to miss them. I remenber when you first arrived here, shortly after I did. SILVER seemed a million miles away and each of those miles an uphill climb. I made it, you will make it!!
Thanks for all of your support and encouragement along the way!
Jul 19 10 1:24 PM
I believe someone has achieved SILVER!!Congratulations FTBM. I know you're out there enjoying your nicotine free life.See you at GOLD!
Sarah52; 255 days
Jul 20 10 3:52 AM
Jul 20 10 8:05 AM
Congratulations FTBM -Six Months!! That is awesome!!
Jul 20 10 5:13 PM
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Jul 22 10 3:42 PM
Doc Quit date 14th October 2008
Jul 27 10 2:35 PM
"You don't have the
option of one, and if you try to test the theory,
you are going to find yourself
a smoker again."
Jul 28 10 10:42 AM
Jul 29 10 8:37 PM
rather be an ex-smoker with an occasional desire for nicotine than an active
smoker with a constant need to smoke.
Jul 31 10 10:31 AM
Jul 31 10 12:16 PM
FreeToBeMe wrote:(...) I honestly am not being a nagging reformed smoker. I just wish someone had dropped one of these documents on my table years ago. Happy weekend to all!
Aug 1 10 1:47 PM
Have a great time away FTBM. Keep in mind that someone's perception of does not define you. If someone sees you as a "nagging reformed smoker" that is their perception, that is their choice. How you see you is important. You have boldly and proudly done something wonderful for yourself. You gave up beign an active nicotine addict. That is huge! You deserve to feel proud. You are also, obviously, compassionate and want to share what you have learned with others. That is admirable and the world could always benefit from more compassion. Bou is right.... those that choose to act upon it will be grateful for you determination and your efforts. Those that are most annoyed by it... well chances are those are the ones that it strikes the strongest with. If they were comfortable with their addiction it wouldn't be bothersome. Best Wishes Always,mike
Aug 3 10 11:40 AM
Sep 10 10 12:00 AM
FTBM;What's up! You slipped off into the nether-regions of page two on the Green and Beyond. Just stoppin' in to say hey.... So "HEY"!NTAP You,
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Sep 20 10 2:55 PM
Happy 9 months GF. You birthed a non-smoker. LOL!!!Sarah52
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