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4/1/20 12:10 A

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It is hard at first, but worth it

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3/31/20 8:50 P

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Sounds like a great idea. I haven’t washed the walls yet, but I did get a new plant and it helps to freshen the room. The walls aren’t to to bad as I have only been here a year, but washing them may do wonders in getting any residue left behind. Thank God I didn’t smoke in my car to much so it wasn’t much to do there. Thanks for all the tips and suggestions. I am so proud to be a non-smoker.

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3/24/20 9:03 P

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Have you washed the walls off yet? That can be a big wake up call as well. My friend helped her mom clean the walls of her parents house years ago and she said it was a nightmare as they both smoke heavily. It took them multiple days in each room and they finally found the actual paint colors. Same thing with the inside of the car windows.

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3/24/20 8:58 P

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I agree, because I can actually smell the candles and the carpet fresh in the house on all levels of my house. It doesn’t have that stale air and my mom and sister didn’t even want to come in because of the smoke and I always felt like I had to try to get rid of the smoke smell. I am so happy I don’t have to do that anymore.

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3/23/20 5:37 P

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After awhile you'll be glad to not have the smoke smell in the house as well.

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3/23/20 5:24 P

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Thank you. It’s my 10th day and so far so good. I have been drinking more coffee and journaling more to try to fill that time. I got some great suggestions for new hobbies from the community, but I haven’t started anything new yet. I have also noticed an improvement in my breathing, the airiness of the house, and my energy level. I also threw out the ash tray and won’t allow any cigars in the house to help stay disciplined.

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3/23/20 12:15 A

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Good for you! I hope you can keep up with your quit, it will be a great change for you for the better!

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3/22/20 11:16 P

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Hi everyone, I just quit cold turkey. I smoked cigars for over a year but casually since 2013. My family complained about the smell and said it didn’t fit my personality. I was also concerned about my health and didn’t want my immune system compromised with everything we having going on nowadays.

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12/29/19 9:02 A

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I quit by walking up to the 4th floor with my class each day. We could not ride the elevators!

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8/24/19 12:29 A

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I went cold turkey. It was hard to do, especially surrounded by smokers, but it was worth all the effort.

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8/23/19 10:06 P

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How did you quit? What method did you use/are using? Cold turkey, NRT or rx? What was your experience?

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