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mikecity wrote a new blog post titled Happy Labor Day
Hi everyone,     My quit clock is at 1112 days.     I hope you all are enjoying the holiday. Life sure is a lot of labor; that's for sure.  I just...
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There are no small things if they trigger us.  DON'T YOU DARE PUT A CIGARETTE IN YOUR MOUTH!  Your quit is still very young and fragile.  So nurse it well.  It seems as though...
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Posted by Joan Jackson on December 31, 1969 at 6:23pm in Welcome! Please Introduce Yourself

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Not sure if I'm doing this in the right place, but Hi, I'm Joan.  I started Chantix 5 days ago and have set Saturday May 18 as my quit date.  I'm 54 and work in a law office.  It's highly stressful work and I am lucky in that I can take a couple of weeks off from work to quit this awful, insidious habit.  I have smoked since I was l7 and now am beginning to wheeze and...this part is gross...in the mornings I sometimes have mucous in my mouth.  I think those are signs of COPD.  I am heavily addicted however and have only tried to quit two other times:  Once I lasted 3 days and the other was when I was pregnant...I cut down in half during the pregnancy.

Last updated 473 days ago by Joan Jackson

Welcome!  We all hang out in blogs so go there to post.  You will get more comments and see many more blogs from others.  You can do this.  I smoked for 45 years and Quit at the age of 62 which was more than 3 years ago.  When you get to blogs, folks will post links for you to read and educate yourself.  I'm impatient with the computer so will leave it to others to do that.  

yaya Feb 2010 473 days ago

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