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Bump!!

There is some great advice in here.

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Thank you for the advice about taking a vitamin B tablet. 
As I posted on another thread, now that the physical sensations / cravings have reaches their peak and passed; I've noticed that I'm feeling a bit low. I wasn't aware that B vitamins were good for mood. I'll pop down to my local Holland and Barrett and see what I can get. x 
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I bumped this up for any new quitters, or anyone thinking about quitting but who has not worked up the courage to start your quit journey yet. There's some great advice in this message string and on this website. Your answers are here lurking somewhere, you just have to stumble across them. 
 Stay strong and remember, you CAN do this!
 
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Spring is a great time to quit! Here's help to do it!
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Brilliant!
 
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bump
 
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Those who quit in January are now at 6 months smoke free - please add your own advice for newbies!


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13 years ago 0 1843 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Great bump!  I loved it back on January 1 and I still love its content today!  Still a must read for all newbies! 
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13 years ago 0 625 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
nice bump Lainey.........Great post...........
I think I've incorporated most of the tricks..............This addict is a pain-in-the-a**.
Us newbies need the help!!

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Thanks for bumping Lainey! Sarah, Health Educator
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