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27 days ago +1 11110 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 1

Thanks for sharing Timbo! Making the choice to quit is the hardest part for many people. Were you able to quit for good the first time or did it take you a few tries? It normally takes people many tries before they have a successful quit.

Continue to lead by example with your wife. Sometimes the more we push people to change the more resistant they are to change. I hope your good example eventually rubs off on your wife.

Thanks again for posting!

Ashley

a month ago +1 789 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 1

Thank you Lynn, and thank you Ashley.

Even after 9 years I am still tickled pink about quitting smoking. 😂 I still keep pestering my wife about giving it up too. Sometimes I go a little too far and get in the doghouse. Then I back off and try a little less harder....for a while. I just keep hoping that ONE day she too will decide to try and kick the habit. (fingers crossed)

Ashley, the hardest part, for me, was actually choosing a date and then giving it a go. I really didn't think I would be able to stop smoking after 37+ years, but I gave it all I could, and low and behold, here I am a quitter 9 years later!

Stay strong and stay safe....

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a month ago +1 11110 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 1

Happy belated quit day Timbo!

Thank you for posting and inspiring as usual.

What was the hardest part of quitting for you and how did you overcome it?

Take care!

Ashley

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Happy belated quit day to you, happy belated quit day to you, happy belated quit day dear Timbo, happy belated quit day to you!

Congratulations! 9 years is an accomplishment. It sounds like we have a similar feeling about your new life. A life that is not controlled by a substance. I agree with what you said in your post. If it's something you want, give it everything you have. Nice work! :)

a month ago +2 789 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 2

Happy quit day to me, happy quit day to me, happy quit day dear Timbo, happy quit day to me! 😊

Nine very quick years ago, on this day, I gave up smoking forever. I have NEVER regretted becoming a quitter. Life only got BETTER when I was no longer controlled by that nasty NicoDemon. Are you thinking about stopping smoking too? You really can do it if you persist and really want to quit. It's all in the mindset. Give it 110% every day and you too can conquer the addiction. Take back YOUR life and enjoy the days, weeks and years that lay ahead of you. You CAN do it too.


Stay safe and stay strong everybody!


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