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10 months ago +1 HK01 112 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Ashley and thanks

I think the best thing I have learnt is to take the advice from others who are further into there quit journey then myself also as my Sig says - Believe you can and you're halfway there 😀

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Ashley -> Health Educator
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Congratulations John!

Your great attitude and perseverance got you through the first, tough 100 days. I have a good feeling that this is your forever quit!

we often learn a lot when fighting an addiction, what did you learn?

Ashley

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10 months ago 0 HK01 112 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Tim and thank you ... No I would not say it was easy (first week was hell) but as each day passes it gets better we adapt, quitting smoking was and staying quit is important to me I like the returning health and as time passes the smoking attitude fades and today I can enjoy my life as long as I dont light up a cigarette because that would send me right back to day 1 and undo all I have put into quitting.


Have a good smoke free day my friend 😁

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10 months ago 0 Timbo637 733 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi John,

A BIG congratulations on being smoke free for 100 days! 👍 Welcome to the triple digits club. 😉 You seem to have made this sound easy...quitting smoking. For some people, quitting can be easy and for others, they have to struggle, sometimes for a long time before they finally succeed in being able to quit. Keep your quit going and enjoy the pleasures of life smoke free!


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10 months ago 0 HK01 112 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Today is my 100th day of my quit journey and its a good day as I don't have to smoke anymore ... looking forward to 500 😀

Hope you all have a good smoke free day


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