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Thanks kindly Scott. I'm glad you're quitting smok...

2007-11-29T20:34:00.000-06:00

Thanks kindly Scott.

I'm glad you're quitting smoking! And I think you're more likely to stay quit because you recognize it's a change of lifestyle.



Hey,Love your writing style, insights, and creativ...

2007-11-29T20:30:00.000-06:00

Hey,

Love your writing style, insights, and creativity with words...

This insight on coping is right on the money in my book and what is being attempted here is really a complete lifestyle change. And at the heart of it is using cigarrates as an avoidance strategy.

great insight...I take alot from it.

I'll stick with ya through my quit..k

;>)

Scott



Congradulations Susie - I knew you could do it! I ...

2007-11-25T15:54:00.000-06:00

Congradulations Susie - I knew you could do it!

I knew the pride would eventually find you too.



How wise your are, Tracee. And too right. Smokin...

2007-11-24T17:53:00.000-06:00

How wise your are, Tracee. And too right. Smoking wouldn't have changed a thing.

I'll say it here first. I'm proud of my almost 7 week quit at last. I got through Thanksgiving (at my house!)and all the relatives, friends, and cooking. I didn't smoke. I kept promising myself I would because I DESERVED it. I cleaned, shopped, cooked, had a house full of people. It was going to be my reward. Just one. I'd think, "At five o'clock I'm going to have a cigarette." At six, at seven...I kept putting it off. Finally, of course, I didn't smoke. First the first time I feel proud. I made it. Even with that glass of wine with dinner, I made it. Whew...feels good.

Thanks for being there and listening.

Susie