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Best Answer Efficient Admin says
Thank you Paula for your kind words. Hang in there and keep trying.
Christin Sander says
This is such great advise -- never ever give up!! Keep trying until the one Quit will click. Being at the place where you just don't crave them anymore is a wonderful place to be and it can be done.
Now that I am a non-smoker, whenever I smell someone light up it just smells so nasty to me and I can't stand being around cigarette smoke anymore. Congratulations for kicking the habit 20 years ago!
a lot of former smokers hate the smell the worst. I feel ill when someone blows smoke near me; it's a total aversion now when I used to plan my life around my next smoke. I avoid smokers like the plague now when they light up - ironic isn't it?
Yes it sure it ironic and I so know exactly what you mean about planning life around the smokes! I guess that is why they say ex-smokers are the worst LOL! That's okay with me, as long as I'm not inhaling that stuff anymore. Congratulations!
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Mary Craig says
So true GF. The best advice comes as "hindsight." Problem being, when we started, the scene was entirely different! WHO could have ever imagined how fiercely addicting it is! Congratulations to you!!