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Quit 1,262 days ago
Tragically Not Canadian

I read the privacy policy and terms of service. It said nothing about having to be Canadian to be on here. Simply required a legitimate Canadian postal code, which I lifted directly from the terms of service or privacy policy page.

I am within an hour of my quit. I mean, I have quit within the hour. Sigh. I will not be on here for forty days. And I am confident that, if the admins do not kick my account to the bushes, I will be back in forty to report successes.

I read all the readings I have been given access to. Participated in a few. Train your loved ones to be healthy, by kind rewards for healthy deeds and habits.

If you have no one to train but yourself, I suggest ya start with yourself.

Quit now for a more beautiful life, is a campaign on the public buses in my city.

I didn’t believe it when I first saw it and at first wasn’t ready to quit.

Blessings to all, even those trying to make a living.

Last reply: April 12, 2020 @ 10:52 pm
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    Quit 1,262 days ago
    April 12, 2020 @ 10:52 pm
    Ok, so I was a little cocky and not able to quit. But I feel like this is the time. I am exactly 2hrs, 21minutes without a cigarette.
    Former smokers have told me, “I quit because I wanted to breathe.”
    “I quit because I was in love, it was the best thing I did, even though we are not together anymore.”

    And with a friendly memory of, “I quit because it was time, I was too old I couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t do as much, and one day you’ll get to that point and quit too.”

    The last was a blessing.

    I have one pack, unopened, and I am hoping to never open it.

    Wish me luck, last time didn’t go so well.

    I couldn’t find the American forums!!! So I am back on here hoping for