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Thread: Update on Smoker's challenge

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    yea great job

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    Congratulations, keep it up.

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    Well done :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    GREAT!!!! Keep it up you CAN do it!!

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    You have the POWER!!! Congrats, just take it one day at a time and be proud of each successful day.

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    quiy smoking was the hadest thing i ever did. My
    Dr. said it is harder to quit smoking than quiting
    heron. Best of luck.
    God Bless you can do this.
    Marilee

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    This is whats GREAT ! about this board, their is plenty
    of support !!! wishing You tons of strength !!!
    It will get better :)

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    When I stopped smoking, a very long time ago, the doctor I saw(she uses non-invasive accupuncture) suggested freezing washed grapes individually, and when the urge to smoke strikes, eat a grape--better for the body than chewing gum, and they did help, although I don't understand why. piecefully, the old one

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    I am so proud of you!

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    You can do it, I know you can. I quit 'cold turkey' after smoking 40 years. I was smoking 3 packs a day. It has been 13 years this December since I had my last smoke.

    When I first quit if I felt the urge to smoke I would take a couple of deep breaths,or as deep as I could at the time. Over time I can breathe deep down in my lungs.

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