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Thread: Quitting Smoking, need fabric, couple questions

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    Super Member Ruby the Quilter's Avatar
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    Congratulation on your decision. Some helpful things - get a new toothbrush, cinnamon gum, use vinegar to clean the ashtray in the car, take a quick walk when the urge hits. Good luck quilting should really help-
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    Congrats on quitting smoking! You might try putting an ad on Craig's List. Maybe someone will be glad to sell some of their inherited fabrics for cheap.

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    January 15 will be 5 smoke-free years for me. I had tried everything but had no luck. when Chantix (prescription) first came on the market, I asked my doctor about it and he couldn't write the Rx fast enough. He almost did a happy dance. It was so easy with Chantix.
    If you wouldn't write it and sign it, don't say it.

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    Good luck with kicking the habit. One feels so much better after quitting - my lungs will celebrate a tenth smoke free year in August. Keeping your hands busy and drinking a glass of water everytime you want to reach for a cigarette really takes off the edge.

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    I quit smoking via Chantix! That was about 6 years ago and yes, I had some really strange dreams, but they were no scarier than teaching 6th grade, which I did for 40 years. I kept telling myself that the dreams would go away when I quit the drug & they did. My pharmacist told me I would only need 1 prescription and that's all it took. Guess part of my habit was a stress reliever after dealing with those 10-12-year olds. Now I say I don't know which cost more, quilting or smoking!! I prefer quilting!

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