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    8 posts, 8 voices, 657 views, started Jan 4, 2010

    Posted on Monday, January 4, 2010 by Ladybug10




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      does anyone know how hard it is to quit smoking and it be a monday? it has been since christmass eve and i’m like that commercial on tv where the woman enters the back seat to drive and has no clue what to do after that...after gaining weight,ugh and trying to stop that habit i feel like maby drinking would‘nt be so bad..heh heh any way does anyone know how many days till friday? i still havent figured out how to blog and maby that is a good thing right now,heh heh any way thanks for listening





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          Frannie1964 wrote Jan 4, 2010
        • Well Kudos for you for giving It a try. I wish you alot of luck and take one day at a time. I don’t smoke, but I can Imagine how hard It would be to just stop. I try to get my hubby and mom too stop but I guess It’s gotta happen on their own. Good luck to you and we are here for you If you need to vent or talk about It.



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          Marilyn09 wrote Jan 4, 2010
        • I wish you luck on this.
          I will pray for you to know... i mean really deeply know... that you are doing the right thing.
          We should all quit smoking.



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          Owlmaria wrote Jan 4, 2010
        • Best of luck to you.  happy



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          Janet Wooley wrote Jan 4, 2010
        • I do not want to sound like a fuddy dud or anything but honest to God to see my Auntie who just had a heart attack & emergency open heart surgery that was ALL caused by cigarette smoking. OMG that was one of the hardest things I went thru, to watch my mom go thru maybe loosing another family member to smoking. My Auntie had 2 heart attacks before this one and did not quit until this one. She has not had a cigarette since 2 weeks before Christmas.She was a heavy smoker too. I asked how do you do it? She gets a big ol tear in her eye and says I do not ever want to be on a breathing machine again. She swears God gave her another chance at life and she is on her way to better health. Good luck my friend you are doing a good thing even though it is hard you are doing good.Be strong. Blog if you need to, we will listen....



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          Mz. Queen wrote Jan 6, 2010
        • Ladybug10,

          Girl you blogging like a big girl, keep it up. I don’t know anything about smoking but take it one day at a time and Friday will be here before you know it.

          D47



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          Doreen XoXo wrote Jan 6, 2010
        • I quit cold turkey 18 years ago and never went back to it!!  I had been smoking for about 17 years before quitting.  Let me say this, quitting was one of THE best things that I have ever done for ME!!  And the rewards are far greater.  One more thing, if you truly want to quit, not because somebody is telling you to, but if you know in your heart you want to, then you will do it!!!!  But YOU and only YOU can make that decision.  Good luck to you.  Keep us posted on your progress!!  estaticestaticestatic

          xoxo



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          Kyah wrote Jan 6, 2010
        • It’s not easy. I wish you all the luck. My mother died of lung cancer. She lost a lung when she was around 60 years old but did not stop smoking. Even when she was on oxygen in hospice and dying, she would leave the oxygen in the chair outside of the bathroom go in and sneak a cig then come out and put the oxygen back on.

          Now, I smoke and have been a smoker for 35 years. But if you cut a lung out of me, I know I would stop smoking! None of the drugs or commercials make a bit of difference to me. When I want to, I’ll stop.



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