by Pinball757
04 Sep 2008, 23:56
Forum: The Message Board
Topic: Why did I ever start?
Replies: 21
Views: 85

Why did I ever start?

<t>So good to see you here Martha! This is a fantastic place to pick up knowledge and tips, I still come by to read often - but don't usually post much.. There was something in your post that struck a chord with me though - that about being mad at yourself . I shared that feeling for quite a while -...
by Pinball757
04 Sep 2008, 23:56
Forum:
Topic: Why did I ever start?
Replies: 20
Views: 0

Why did I ever start?

<t>So good to see you here Martha! This is a fantastic place to pick up knowledge and tips, I still come by to read often - but don't usually post much.. There was something in your post that struck a chord with me though - that about being mad at yourself . I shared that feeling for quite a while -...
by Pinball757
04 Sep 2008, 23:56
Forum: 1st Post - Diary
Topic: Why did I ever start?
Replies: 21
Views: 192

Why did I ever start?

<t>So good to see you here Martha! This is a fantastic place to pick up knowledge and tips, I still come by to read often - but don't usually post much.. There was something in your post that struck a chord with me though - that about being mad at yourself . I shared that feeling for quite a while -...
by Pinball757
04 Sep 2008, 21:50
Forum: Advice 4 Newbies
Topic: Don't GIve Up!
Replies: 9
Views: 1.5K

Don't GIve Up!

<t>One of the many wonderful moments I have experienced since stopping my use of nicotine was when I realized that I truly no longer want a cigarette. It was especially wonderful since I thought that I would always "suffer" as a result of quitting. What an amazing revelation when I realized it was t...
by Pinball757
04 Sep 2008, 21:50
Forum: Encouragement/Support
Topic: Don't Give Up!
Replies: 11
Views: 7.0K

Don't GIve Up!

<t>One of the many wonderful moments I have experienced since stopping my use of nicotine was when I realized that I truly no longer want a cigarette. It was especially wonderful since I thought that I would always "suffer" as a result of quitting. What an amazing revelation when I realized it was t...
by Pinball757
04 Sep 2008, 21:50
Forum:
Topic: Don't GIve Up!
Replies: 8
Views: 0

Don't GIve Up!

<t>One of the many wonderful moments I have experienced since stopping my use of nicotine was when I realized that I truly no longer want a cigarette. It was especially wonderful since I thought that I would always "suffer" as a result of quitting. What an amazing revelation when I realized it was t...
by Pinball757
02 Sep 2008, 23:59
Forum:
Topic: How LONG? How MUCH? How MANY? - PAarDE!
Replies: 49
Views: 0

How LONG? How MUCH? How MANY? - PAarDE!

Mike - Free and Healing for Two Years, Five Months, Eleven Days, 4 Hours and 59 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 93 Days and 6 Hours, by avoiding the use of 26856 nicotine delivery devices that would have cost me $6,270.51.
by Pinball757
02 Sep 2008, 23:59
Forum: Stats Parade
Topic: How LONG? How MUCH? How MANY? - PAarDE!
Replies: 50
Views: 313

How LONG? How MUCH? How MANY? - PAarDE!

Mike - Free and Healing for Two Years, Five Months, Eleven Days, 4 Hours and 59 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 93 Days and 6 Hours, by avoiding the use of 26856 nicotine delivery devices that would have cost me $6,270.51.
by Pinball757
02 Sep 2008, 23:59
Forum: The Message Board
Topic: How LONG? How MUCH? How MANY? - PAarDE!
Replies: 70
Views: 2.8K

How LONG? How MUCH? How MANY? - PAarDE!

Mike - Free and Healing for Two Years, Five Months, Eleven Days, 4 Hours and 59 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 93 Days and 6 Hours, by avoiding the use of 26856 nicotine delivery devices that would have cost me $6,270.51.
by Pinball757
02 Jun 2008, 22:50
Forum: The Message Board
Topic: One week without cigarettes
Replies: 259
Views: 1.3K

One week without cigarettes

<t>Bravo to you candle!!!! We are all equals in this process, regardless of how long we have been nic-free, and should all be equally proud of ourselves and each other!!! And with myself being at 26 months quit - I am still only a puff away from relapse, just as you. And reading about your great acc...