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Three Years Plus

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  1. eagerquit
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    Good Morning All!

    It has now been over three years since I butted out my last cigarette, 1106 days according to the dashboard. I dropped by here in November when I was going off the NRT lozenges and that has been a successful quit as well. I was shocked when I saw on my dashboard that I would have smoked 36,498 cigarettes during the 3 years and by not smoking them I have saved $18,978! Thanks SHO for all your help with my quit.

    Eagerquit
  2. treepeo1
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    19 Mar in reply to eagerquit
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    Hi eagerquit,

    Wow, that is amazing!  I know you had your share of struggles.  Goodness knows this is a very difficult thing to go through.  But look at you now - you are a non-smoker!  You should be really proud of yourself.

    Way to go, eagerquit.  You rock!
  3. efreeman75
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    19 Mar in reply to eagerquit
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    Hi eagerquit,

    And HUGE congratulations to you.  Three years - isn't it awesome.

    Be proud and enjoy each and every day.

    E
  4. wimporswim
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    19 Mar in reply to eagerquit
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    Bravo eagerquit!  Well done.
  5. wandam
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    Hi eagerquit,

    Congratulations on your 3 year celebration of remaining smoke free & also quitting the lozenges in November! 3 years is a huge milestone, way to go, keep rocking your quit eagerquit! 
    Last modified on 19 Mar 2021 18:38 by wandam
  6. aurora
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    31 Jul in reply to eagerquit
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    wow eagerquit way to go!

    This site really helped me at first - to get support and to hear from others who had successfully quit. Thanks to you and to others, I can say that I have quit for 3 and a half years now and the feeling is great! 

    So good for you, keep going, and keep sharing your successes and your strategies!  It helps to cheer each other on.
  7. jeyan
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    27 Aug in reply to eagerquit
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    great job eagerquit!!!
    Last modified on 27 Aug 2021 13:57 by jeyan
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