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10/12/15 3:40 P

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Thank you so much!

*Where there's smoke, there's fire.
Where there's fire, there's light.
Where there's light, there's hope.
I SMELL SMOKE!!*


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10/12/15 3:39 P

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Great minds think alike, Wendy. I signed up for quitnet over the weekend. Mostly to get a daily calculation of the $ saved, smokes I have not smoked, and time I added back on to my life expectancy. I like that it will send an email with the stats to me everyday....I'll take any extra motivation I can get! emoticon

Edited by: MD2787 at: 10/12/2015 (15:42)
*Where there's smoke, there's fire.
Where there's fire, there's light.
Where there's light, there's hope.
I SMELL SMOKE!!*


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10/12/15 10:46 A

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Hi MD.

I've been quit 87 days now with the help of Quitnet.com. I signed up February last year reading all kinds of blogs, posts and people's profiles, learning about this deadly habit. There is a ton of support there which I didn't need, just the knowledge mostly. Every time you post, there is a lot of encouragement. Might be a good supplement to Sparkpeople.

Good luck on your forever quit!

Wendy

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Welcome back to sparking! You can do it!

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10/12/15 9:54 A

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I am back for support. I was a participant in this forum about 8 years ago.That quit lasted about 6 months. Everyone was so supportive and encouraging that my success at the time was surprisingly easy. But nicotine addiction and life's challenges, not so much.

This current quit is a long-time coming. Several hospital episodes with pneumonia and bronchitis have spoken volumes as to how much I need to turn to the positive resources (you and others in SparkPeople) and turn away from the negative resources (nicotine, caffeine, and comfort food) --I have set my quit date for October 15. I have been watching a LOT of smoking clinics on youtube. I went to a quitters clinic sponsored my insurance this past Saturday. I have smoked for 47 years. I am an expert at quitting. But I need the help and support of this group to keep the quit.

I look forward to posting my NOPE pledge each and every day.
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*Where there's smoke, there's fire.
Where there's fire, there's light.
Where there's light, there's hope.
I SMELL SMOKE!!*


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