Thank you all, especially you who have a successful quit under your belts who keep coming back to help others. Also those who keep trying, who don't quit quitting. I'm very grateful for this group. I've learned so much about what it takes to be a non smoker. I thought I knew all I needed to know. Foolishly, thought I could quit & be done with it. Maybe take a pill and be cured. After over 40 yrs of smoking, wanted a quick quit painlessly, LOL. It takes willingness, homework, practice, support, determination, tenacity, motivation & perserverance. First thing in the morning & last at night, I'm here. Thank you.
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