Offline richard Funk.ffn

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Title Type Date
Re: happy to start a new life! Reply 01/07/13
Re: I'M GOLD!!!!! Reply 10/26/12
Re: First Post Reply 10/26/12
Re: happy to start a new life! Reply 03/05/12
Re: PROUD to be an EX-smoker!! Reply 01/21/12
Re: happy to start a new life! Reply 09/19/11
Re: Sarah52's Quit Journal Reply 05/17/11
Re: I can smell the lilac Reply 05/11/11
Re: happy to start a new life! Reply 04/25/11
Re: happy to start a new life! Reply 04/25/11

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    User Infostatus offline102 Points


    I find this YUKU format incomprehensible! 

    I quit on April 22, 2008. I don't remember when cigarettes stop being an issue for me, but it wasn't that long. All the well honed intellectual arguments I developed to sustain my habit fell away to the point that seeing smoking going on now comes across as "How can they be doing that?" Smoking just seems like something completely alien to me. (AND I smoked 1-1/2+ packs a day for probably 40 years!).

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    I agree.
    It is easy to see now that we are no longer locked in a prison of addiction.  Everyones time frame is different.
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    User Infostatus offline107 Points


    Thank you!  You've got a great quit going and you're inspiring others.  I really enjoyed the last post in your thread.  The list of accomplishments and such. 

    Keep On Keepin' On!!



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    User Infostatus offline120 Points


    you've done an awesome job! 
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    User Infostatus offline108 Points


    HEY!!!!! Yep, still here and smoke free. Guess I should go comment and let people know it is doable...LOL I just passed 8 months and yes, I still think about cigs every now and then. But when I think about having one my lungs hurt. I got my 1st real cold recently and it has not settled in my chest for the 1st time ever.  Thanks for checking in on me!
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    User Infostatus offline138 Points


    You're looking good Richard.
    Stick around, it's worth the ride.
    All the best