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  1. Sinead671
    23-03-2011 03:04 PM
    I sent a friend request as I think us March Quitters should be friends....hope ya dont mind!
  2. neverstoptrying
    02-01-2011 10:55 PM
    Hav started a Jan 2011 group, just me I think so far lol, you ok? xx
  3. rachelww1
    31-12-2010 12:33 AM
    Hi Lee. Hope your ok. No matter what, hope you're joining us in Jan xx
  4. AngelaKaz
    08-12-2010 10:53 PM
    Hey Lee, set to break records tomorrow day 10 onwards and upwards
    Kaz xx
  5. Chrissie V
    10-08-2010 06:17 PM
    Chrissie V
    Hey you sorry not kept in touch. Hope move went smoothly, good to see you back mate. Chat soon x
  6. kitkat72
    22-05-2010 09:31 PM
    Hi there Lee.........You doing good...nice to see you back xxx
  7. DebMcFly
    21-05-2010 09:42 AM
    Hi Lee,

    Just saw your lastest post and see that you are in my boat. It's a crap boat and I have bailed out, come with me.

    Hope things are back on track with your quit, please come back to the NYR board as a Jan quitter. It's been a blip and nowt else and you can move on from it. It's hard I know cos once you wake the nicodemon up he makes his presence felt. Mine is driving me bonkers at night again but its back to the endurance stage Chrissie talks about.

    Take it easy matey.

  8. Chrissie V
    20-05-2010 08:47 PM
    Chrissie V
    Wishing you everything you wish for yourself and your girlfriend babe - This is it !! Proud of you but enough is enough captain and you remember that.
    Smoke free life is a journey not a destination and im so proud of you mate http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vkk2CftyDw
  9. Chrissie V
    13-04-2010 01:54 PM
    Chrissie V
    An extract from my king of quit NicFirth (maybe have a read at some of his threads treacle and Stuarts, they sure got me thro some brick walls!) Chin up babes xx

    It seems to me that a quit runs through several stages,


    To start with its tough and you just have to resist the urge to smoke. It‚€™s new and exciting you count the hours, days, weeks and months. As you get further into the quit you start to get used to living life as a non smoker as you continually repeat situations that you used to associate with smoking, but as a non smoker. Eventually having done that enough you get quite practiced at living as a non smoker and it becomes normal but situations which you haven‚€™t practiced can still crop up and make you rely on your resolve, once again.

    The endurance stage which is the physical withdrawal from nicotine which really only lasts up to a couple of weeks after you stop using nicotine. Everything else is in the mind, and probably trickier to deal with as a result!
  10. kitkat72
    13-04-2010 11:22 AM
    doing good babe ..just back & too nursery/school kids hey lol xx craving before it was a big one....just listening to music to take me over it haha xxx

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