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12 days ago 0 HK01 92 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Sparrow over a week your doing great and use or don't use anything that helps keeping away from the cigarettes, you must be feeling the benefits and as you know it will just get better, I wish you all the best on your quit journey and hope to see you soon

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13 days ago 0 Timbo637 705 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Sparrow,

It's good to hear that the cravings are subsiding. If NOT counting the days help, so be it. Just want to say congratulations on going over a week without smoking! 😁 You WANT to work on that bucket list..... more power to you girl! Take care and watch out for all those triggers.


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13 days ago 0 Sparrow1975 175 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi John and Tim

This forum is so quiet these days. I'd say ppl are having a harder time finding it than before. I just checked my Meter and lm on day 8....l haven't been counting. It's easier not to this time. Well week one has gone by quickly and uneventfully. My cravings have been minimal thankfully. Ive reduced the junk food a bit and am depending on my nic spray for comfort. I wish l was celebrating 7months instead of starting all over again. Ah well it will teach me for next time...l DO NOT want to go through this again. Yes Tim Springs just around the corner here....totally can't wait for better weather! So l can get out and do more. I have a bucket list that l want to start ticking off.

John your kitty cat is so darn cute! They're characters aren't they and so much part of the family. I love them to bits! They brighten my day. People without pets really miss out.

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18 days ago +1 HK01 92 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Sparrow as Tim said try to cut back on the junk food a bit now your on your quit journey, Fruit is better (what fruit do you like ?) and a handful of Nuts is good for Protein, anyways how are you doing today ? and whats your Cats name ?, we have a Cat called Max hes 6 now and we had him from a tiny Kitten >

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18 days ago 0 Timbo637 705 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Sparrow,

Try not to over indulge in the junk food if you can. The weight goes on real easy, but as you know, it takes a lot more effort to remove it. Still, it's better than smoking. It's good to hear that your urges are less than a few days ago. Spring is just around the corner, maybe this time will be the one for you. (Finger, toes and legs crossed) 😋 How are things going for you now. Is the medicine working for you? Keep striving for the day when you will never again think about having a cigarette. It will happen if you can just break free from this darned addiction. Remember how good you felt at your triple digit day???? That's something to look forward to again. Just keep taking it one day, one hour, one minute at a time and you WILL get there again.😺

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18 days ago 0 HK01 92 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Sparrow and well done as you know each day you get better and stronger 😁


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19 days ago 0 Sparrow1975 175 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Its slow but lm on the right track. I did what suggested and have given myself over to junk food, already putting on weight. Oh well it's only temporary. I'm just using the spray for this quit. I feel stronger than l did day one.

Thanks for yr support everyone!

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22 days ago 0 HK01 92 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Sparrow


How are things going today ?

Have a good smoke free day

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Hi Sparrow,

So sorry to read about your slip. They can feel very disappointing. I am really impressed with you accountability and resolve though. That attitude will ensure your success! Just keep moving forward.

What do you think you learned from this past slip? Do you know what may have triggered the slip? This hard learned wisdom will help you to prevent future slips.

Keep posting,

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24 days ago 0 Timbo637 705 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

Hi Sparrow,

I just had a flash when I read your last message. Don't know why but I imagined you standing there with two holsters on you. One had your spray, one had your patches, and you had a chocolate bar hanging from your neck, and you were ready to take on the world. Boy do I need a vacation!. "Ive just gotta use my willpower l think" That you do. Just be stronger than the urge no matter what. Life's always going to throw you curve balls, just gotta learn how to deal and live with them. You can do this Sparrow, I just know you can!



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