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Applauds! Commendable willpower. I'm an abstainer in the nicotine department too, but it's hard work.
I lost Em's comment trying to fix a bit of this site that it somehow broke. Sorry Em! Yes, the cravings will go away eventually.
You gave up before me - I'm now 13 years nicotine free. Still need another 9 to balance the scale of years smoked to years not smoked, since I started. The cravings have gone except for just every now and then...
congratulations! That's so bloody excellent, and I'm impressed.I hope I stay nicotine free that long.
Well I'd given up for six days till a nice little policeman wrote me a BIG FAT ticket last night. Promptly went to the pub, drank too much beer & bought ciggies. Take that you bastards.
T'anks, guys. Yes, Perry, the ratio of Smoking Years to Non-Smoking Years is the big issue. With both parents smokers, I started smoking myself in order to stop myself eating whole packets of biscuits while I was nervously studying for Matric Modern History (and a fat lot of good that did me, too) -- so I still have two years to go before I even up the score.On the other hand, I've now been a nonsmoker for exactly as many years as I was a nonsmoker before I took up smoking.I think of myself as a 'recovering smoker', even after all this time. And I know that one, just one, would be enough ...
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