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80 days

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  1. cindydavis
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    Wow these days sure add up. 80 days smokefree.  I feel alot better. I'm breathing better and can suck in a deep breath without coughing. I still have vivid dreams now and then but my sleep is more solid. I learned other ways to relax and handle stress. Nope, nope, nope. Not even one puff. We can do this. 
  2. dublinguy
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    Well done cindy that’s amazing. Just think back to when u started and how far U have come. Hope u buy urself something nice as a reward 
    Last modified on 15 Jan 2022 07:42 by dublinguy
  3. me_n_freedom
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    How do you relax and handle stress? Just curious cuz to have reached 80 days you must have a few tricks up your sleeves 😉☺️
  4. cindydavis
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    The way I can handle some stress is I take in a deep breath and count to 10. It really works. Afterwards I have herbal tea. Or even meditate.  I use self talk and say it isn't that bad I can do this.  In think self talk is important we need to retrain ourselves. We got use to something that isn't there anymore.  We can do this. Nope nope nope. Not one puff ever.  
  5. wandam
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    Hi cinydavis

    Huge congratulations on doing so amazingly well with your smoke free journey! NOPE, not one puff ever is a great one to incorporate into our everyday life to help us stay strong with our quit. Keep rocking your quit cindydavis! We are all rooting for you! Take care! 
  6. treepeo1
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    Hi cindydavis,

    You go, girl!  All your hard work paid off, and now you are reaping the benefits of being smoke free.  Like you said, you are breathing easier and without coughing.  That's wonderful.  And aren't you starting to realize how much time you wasted smoking?  You gain back a lot of time to do other things, which is great.

    You should be really proud of yourself, cindy.  Keep going, and enjoy the freedom!
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