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    rts2013 posted:
    5 days going on 6 and still haven't smoked I am happy
     
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    cygnus7 responded:
    Congratulations! Keep up the good work and remember there are many online resources if you need help.
     
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    rosecastillo_favio responded:
    Good for you! Keep going!! I have been smoke free for 1yr.6months .. Every day it gets so much easier and you should congratulate yourself for staying strong.. your body will adjust , be patient and keep Cheering yourself on! You can do it!
     
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    rts2013 replied to rosecastillo_favio's response:
    thank you
    today was # 7 and still going
     
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    rts2013 replied to cygnus7's response:
    thank you
    today was day seven and still going


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