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Nov 16 14 7:57 AM
FFN after a WHILE. Today a friend of mine posted her quit on FB. It triggered a
flood of memories of the struggle I went through and the support I received
here. So stopping by again to express my gratitude.
It has been 3 years and 8 months since I quit. I have fully settled down into
my new life as ex-smoker. Looking back this is what I feel
Acceptance is an Embrace
Finally, don't simply accept your new status --
Sit down and look at it honestly.
Compare this new identity to the old one (whatever label
you want to attach to what you were when you smoked.... I was a slave).
Separate yourself for a minute, and observe the 2
"yous" as an impartial 3rd party.
Look them over thoroughly. Which do you want for yourself?
Choose one. And, then, embrace it.
Life will go on, there will be good days, and bad days.
Terrible sadness, and joyous elation.
Regardless of what life is bringing you at the moment,
embrace this thing that is only positive.
Embrace your decision for life.
Nov 16 14 1:57 PM
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