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Posted: April 29, 2020, 11:55 AM


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Joined: January 11, 2006



93 I guess Ill keep going. hahah! I started typing in the site and thinking how long am I gonna keep doing this ? I guess I will tell I stop. Right now its keeping me accountable. It is such a good thing that I quit prior to a lung disease pandemic. If I ever need reminding that God is working in my life long before I know it, I will try to remind myself of this. I had been praying and my answer came as dry sockets (from smoking carefully) haha! *kinda like drinking like a gentlemen works for an alcohlic* The pain was unbelievable and I had to stop and after I stopped for a couple of days. I was like I haven't wanted to smoke for a while I had lost my choice .. again. So the best thing for me for my SMobriety recovery is to remind myself I loose my choice very quickly. There is no such thing as a puff, a drag, a little, a half or once in a while. I dont think that way. Thank you God for getting me this far. I just got to keep leaning in and doing the next indicated thing.
Much Love & Resepct,
Jane

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My success story

Beliefs have the power to create and the power to destroy.
Human beings have the awesome ability
to take any experience of their lives
and create a meaning that disempowers them
or one that can literally save their lives.

- Anthony Robbins


Sometimes I lay awake at night and wonder where I've gone wrong. Then a little voice inside my head says,
"This is going to take more than one night."


"Ring the bells that still can ring.
Forget your perfect offering.
There is a crack in everything.
That's how the light gets in."
-Leonard Cohen


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