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Offline RDB

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Re: New Quitter
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2018, 10:55:31 AM »
Welcome. Small world - I was in Ellicot City for a conference a couple weeks ago.

If you're on day 6, you are through the worst of it. The nicotine is out of your body, now it's just a matter of will.

Proud to quit with you.

Offline chris2alaska

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Re: New Quitter
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2018, 10:50:17 AM »
I am Keith0617, or Keith Shannon and I quit on October 5. Today makes 6 days and I will make the promise to quit again tomorrow. Live in Ellicott City, MD and have dipped off and on for around 35 years. Trying my best to learn the site and am happy to support any other quitter that could use a helping hand.

Welcome Keith,

You are off to a great start.  You need to find your January 2019 quit group and post roll.  You can find it here http://forum.killthecan.org/index.php?topic=584.1140

There are instructions at the top of every roll post on how to post roll.

It is a very simple process but very hard at the same time.  You are already out of the withdrawal stage.  Now it is going to be a complete mind fuck for little while.  Stay with it.  Get some phone numbers of the guys in your group and any one else that can help.  Use those numbers whenever you feel the urge to cave.

1. Wake Up

2. Piss

3. Post your promise not to use nicotine.

4. Repeat

That is it.  Posting daily and early every day is price of admission to this forum.

Check your in box for my digits. and welcome to the rest of your nicotine free life.

chris2alaska 266 nicotine free days.
So long as there is breath in me, that long I will persist. For now I know one of the greatest principles on success; if I persist long enough I will win.?
~ Og Mandino ~

Do not be complacent about your achievements and not to strive for continual improvement when you get to the top. As soon as you let success go to your head, you sink into following familiar patterns and play it safe. In other words, you risk losing your edge.?
― Roy T. Bennett

Do not let the actions of others determine the direction of YOUR quit.
Christopher Russell

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Offline Keith0617

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New Quitter
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2018, 10:36:05 AM »
I am Keith0617, or Keith Shannon and I quit on October 5. Today makes 6 days and I will make the promise to quit again tomorrow. Live in Ellicott City, MD and have dipped off and on for around 35 years. Trying my best to learn the site and am happy to support any other quitter that could use a helping hand.