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Aug 27 09 9:13 PM
Thanks for your words of wisdom and thanks for sharing!
I am" sorry" for your friend
Congratulations on your fantastic achievement
I have been quit for 3 Months, 3 Weeks, 5 Days, 16 hours, 12 minutes and 29 seconds (118 days). I have saved $1,624.65 by not
smoking 3,560 cigarettes. I have saved 1 Week, 5 Days, 8 hours and 40 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 1/05/2009 5:00 PM
I'M A PROUD"SIX YEARS FREE"FREEDOMWHYQUITQUITTER! "QUIT NICOTINE USE ON THE 1st of MAY 2009 " Best Wishes Dan . LOVE YOUR MIND , BODY AND SOUL ...... " NEVER TAKE ANOTHER PUFF "
Aug 28 09 11:14 AM
Aug 28 09 8:28 PM
Nicotine user for 47 years but FREE for One Year, Nine Months, Eighteen Days, 15 Hours and 59 Minutes, extending my life expectancy 68 Days and 12 Hours, and
avoiding 19730 cigarettes that cost $4,851.82.
My quit date: November 9, 2007 7:15 PM
657 Days without a cigarette.
Amazing and very possible with the help of Freedom and the commiyment to NTAP.
Smoking-related diseases claim an estimated 430,700 American lives each year. Smoking costs the United States approximately $97.2 billion each year in
health-care costs and lost productivity. It is directly responsible for 87 percent of lung cancer cases and causes most cases of emphysema and chronic
bronchitis. ( Straight from the American Lung Association)
Nov 9 09 6:17 PM
Tonight at 7:15 marks my 2 year
Who would have believed this? Certainly not me but here I am getting ready to celebrate 2 years without nicotine even though I remain a junkie
even to this day. Most days pass without even a thought about smoking. It is almost like I never have smoked but sometimes that stray thought comes and I
have to kind of laugh it off and say NO - I will not even think about actually smoking one.
It still amazes me that I was able to actually quit smoking after 47 years! Proof that anyone can with the proper support and knowledge. Please remember that
it gets easier and easier with every day, hour or even minute that passes. The pledge I took 2 years ago remains as strong as it was then. I will never ever
allow nicotine in my body again. I know how destructive it can be.
Roger -Nicotine Free for One Year, Eleven Months, Twenty Nine Days, 21 Hours and 57 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 81 Days and 5 Hours, by not
smoking 23389 cigarettes that would have cost me $7,231.83.
My quit date: November 9, 2007 7:15 PM
730 days without a cigarette.
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Doc Quit date 14th October 2008
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It still amazes me that I was able to actually quit smoking after 47 years!
Proof that anyone can with the proper support and knowledge.
Please remember that it gets easier and easier with every day, hour or even minute that passes.
The pledge I took 2 years ago remains as strong as it was then.
I will never ever allow nicotine in my body again.
I know how destructive it can be.
Isn't is great?
Life is SO much better when nicotine is not a part of it.
Congratulations on TWO YEARS of healing, Roger!!
Never stop celebrating the choice that you've made!
No nicotine today, no nicotine ever.
Six years, nine months, four weeks, one day, 18 hours, 49 minutes and 25 seconds.
59874 cigarettes not smoked, saving $11,974.76.
Life not wasted smoking: 29 weeks, 4 days, 21 hours, 30 minutes.
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Nov 14 09 1:26 PM
Congratulations on your 2 year anniversarry. I too am from the November 2007 class, and remember reading yours and other's posts as we made our way
through nicotine cessation. It is truly amazing that 2 years have passed already. I share the same resolve as you, and as always, pledge not to have any
nicotine today! Bravo, my quit brother!
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