Life goes on without smoking

Joel
Joel

September 1st, 2008, 2:35 am #91

For people who are off for weeks, months, years or decades and who are cranky, nervous, depressed, angry, have sore throats, heart burn, ear aches, backaches, headaches, eye strains, poor vision, hearing problems, broken bones, have stubbed their toes, have financial concerns, job stresses, or any other extraordinary issues going on in their lives at the moment. Don't blame every feeling, bad or good in your life on the fact that you happened to have quit smoking. Life goes on without smoking and as the closing paragraph in this article states:

Life goes on without smoking. It is likely to go on longer and it is likely that you will be healthier at each and every stage than you would have been if you had continued smoking. Your life will continue to stay better and likely last long longer as long as you always remember to never take another puff!
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Joel
Joel

November 6th, 2008, 7:27 am #92

For people who are off for weeks, months, years or decades and who are cranky, nervous, depressed, angry, have sore throats, heart burn, ear aches, backaches, headaches, eye strains, poor vision, hearing problems, broken bones, have stubbed their toes, have financial concerns, job stresses, or any other extraordinary issues going on in their lives at the moment. Don't blame every feeling, bad or good in your life on the fact that you happened to have quit smoking. Life goes on without smoking and as the closing paragraph in this article states:

Life goes on without smoking. It is likely to go on longer and it is likely that you will be healthier at each and every stage than you would have been if you had continued smoking. Your life will continue to stay better and likely last long longer as long as you always remember to never take another puff!
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JoeJFree Gold
JoeJFree Gold

November 18th, 2008, 1:11 am #93

Life goes on - with or without nicotine being a part of the problems you need to deal with is your choice. Life goes on much easier, less complicated, and on average longer when you keep your personal commitment to no loger allow nicotine any portion of control in your life.



Joe J free and meeting life naturally, normally nicotine free. Quite Simply the best and easiest choice I make each and every day.
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Joel
Joel

December 17th, 2008, 11:22 am #94

For people who are off for weeks, months, years or decades and who are cranky, nervous, depressed, angry, have sore throats, heart burn, ear aches, backaches, headaches, eye strains, poor vision, hearing problems, broken bones, have stubbed their toes, have financial concerns, job stresses, or any other extraordinary issues going on in their lives at the moment. Don't blame every feeling, bad or good in your life on the fact that you happened to have quit smoking. Life goes on without smoking and as the closing paragraph in this article states:

Life goes on without smoking. It is likely to go on longer and it is likely that you will be healthier at each and every stage than you would have been if you had continued smoking. Your life will continue to stay better and likely last long longer as long as you always remember to never take another puff!
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Johnnie
Johnnie

August 26th, 2010, 3:09 pm #95

Great thread and I'm thankful to have found it. Yes, life goes on without smoking--and as the days pass, less and less often where there's smokelessness there's the fire of quit anger and other such nonsense.
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SamGee
SamGee

July 15th, 2011, 8:22 am #96

Not only does life go on after smoking, it probably goes on a lot longer.
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MauriceS
MauriceS

February 10th, 2015, 9:00 am #97

Life goes on, neither you choose to be better nor to be remained the same.
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Lydia48
Lydia48

January 7th, 2016, 12:15 am #98

I needed to hear that you will face trials during this life but I don't have to smoke behind them.
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