Well, looks to be time to turn the page and start a new parade.
Any member can begin our weekly parade by simply starting a new topic in the Celebrations section.
Quitting cigarette smoking or tobacco use of any type is a great accomplishment. The act of recovering our lives from active addiction dependency uncovers so many little victories on a daily basis.
We smile more, we look better, we smell better, we feel better as we emerge from the constant harm that ingesting nictoine caused each of us.
So, my question would be - what part of regaining your real life made you most proud of your accomplishnment? It can be a single occurence or something that continues to this day.
For me, it was being the inspiration and example that led my father to take control of his own nicotine dependency and stop smoking about 6 months after I did. I was so proud of him for taking control after 75+ years of active dependency. He too was proud of this accomplishment and in turn he helpd several people also quit and gain back their true lives.
What is the best thing about this journey that has happend for you?
Won't you take a moment to share with us and all who read here while you celebrate your success by posting your stats?
Joe J free - a nicotine addict who stopped inhaling poison 6 years, 3 months, 9 days, 21 minutes and 38 seconds (2290 days) ago.
I've decided not to ingest 61830 deadly doses and saved $20,409.66 in my 'Freedom Dividend' account.
I've reclaimed 429 days, 9 hours and 4 minutes of my life's time, the best part of this gift I give to myself each and every day I choose to NTAP!