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THIS IS SOOOOO HELPFUL

These people are GREAT! Oh Thank you! Oh THANK YOU!

(The comments HERE are to show anyone else interseted in JOINING QNT, or quitting smoking, how GREAT these people are)

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  • Anonymous

    Traci and I quit too!!!!!!!!

    Good luck!

    broham

  • meleah rebeccah

    YES!! I’m so happy for both of you! At least you have EACH OTHER to get through this nightmare!

    Are you dying? I am DYING!

  • Anonymous

    perhaps THIS may help

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    http://www.mesothelioma-lung-cancer.org/lung-cancer-photo.html

    Mr.O / (Olly)

  • meleah rebeccah

    not.even.a.little.

  • meleah rebeccah

    PEOPLE DONT SUCK.. PEOPLE CAN BE VERY HELPFUL….

    HERE ARE SOME OF THE SUGGSTIONS
    Q-MUNNITY MEMBERS SAID to me today:

    (I am keeping names PRIVATE / ANONYMOUS)

  • Anonymous

    Hi there, I just read your post and your blog (some of it) and thought I would drop you a quick note. You’re funny by the way. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I just wanted to comment on something you say in your blog about wanting to WANT the quit more. I used to say that too, I wanted to want it more so that I could be successful. Then I had this very smart quitster tell me that you do NOT have to want to quit to quit. If someone is sick and going to die if they smoke, they may quit but not want to. Trust me, if you quit for awhile, you will soon be so glad you did and you will find that you ARE wanting it. (the quit that is) I didn’t want to quit but I did and now I have 792 days!!! And I don’t miss smoking at ALL.

    Good luck and drop me a line if you want!!

  • Anonymous

    Meleah,

    You Rock. I am like you also! Although I cannot say I am loud! My daughter Sam is Loud in everything she does!

    I am on Day 4 and your blog is great!

    I am a single mom of Twin Girls. They will be 11 in March.

    I went thru a whole greiving process during the Holidays. The Horror finally struck me upside the head. How terrible it will be for my girls to grow up or live without their mom, because I was too Selfish to quit! How pissed my family was going to be next Xmas when I was not there! I thought quitnet would not help! It is my lifeline!
    Write me back

  • Anonymous

    Howdy! Just wanted to welcome you to the Qmunity and say congrats on your decision to quit! I know it is hard, VERY hard, but you can do it if you really want to.

    Feel free to check out my profile and journal and add me to bussies if you want. Anytime you need help, just holler, we will all come running!!!!

    Take care!

  • meleah rebeccah

    when you sign up… heres the welcome letter:

    I SUGGEST TO ANYONE QUITTING TO JOIN THIS SIGHT!!

    Welcome to QuitNet — the world’s largest gathering of smokers and ex-smokers helping each other quit.

    The New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services has sponsored your QuitNet Membership with funds received through the comprehensive Tobacco Control Program.

    NJ QuitNet is a state of the art quit smoking support program, combining personalized information, peer and expert support and help with deciding whether to use a medication to quit and, if so, which one.

    We suggest that you take some time to familiarize yourself with NJ QuitNet’s services. Start by clicking on any of the major section tabs along the top: My Quit, Community, Resources, Expert Support and Quit Med Support. Each section begins with ideas about how to get started.

    Your “My Quit” page is your own personal quitting control panel. Whenever you login to the site, this is your starting place. This unique and powerful QuitNet feature tracks your progress and makes suggestions about what to do next. From this one page, you can conveniently access many of the site’s resources.

    You know that quitting is tough. Just remember that NJ QuitNet is here for you any time of the day or night. QuitNet user surveys suggest that those users who visit often and participate in the site’s support services are more likely to report success. So, come back often and get the help you need!

    If you have trouble with any aspect of the site, there is a link to “Help” in the lower left of each page. Browse through our Help FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) or search by keyword. Chances are youรขโ‚ฌโ„ขll find the answer to your question. If you don’t find the help you need, fill out a “Problem Report” form located at the bottom of Help section questions and a customer service representative will be on the case.

    We are excited to be working with you. We really believe this time will be your last quit attempt!

    Don’t Quit Alone!

  • Anonymous

    Ohmigod, I am reading the rest of your blog (bored at work) and you are hilaraious!!

    I too have been to rehab and can really relate. I’m an alky. I think that it’s hard to give up ciggies when your so used to having a “vice” all the time. I found that I felt like I wasn’t doing anything “bad” anymore and it was no fun. How dumb is that????? but that’s how I felt!!

  • meleah rebeccah

    OMG! when you said…

    “I think that it’s hard to give up ciggies when your so used to having a “vice” all the time. I found that I felt like I wasn’t doing anything “bad” anymore and it was no fun.”

    That is JUST HOW I FEEL

    so… I think for NOW, my BLOG will have to BE MY VICE?

  • meleah rebeccah

    Hello meleah hawthorne!

    Your Quit Date is:
    Monday, January 01, 2007

    Time Smoke-Free:
    3 days, 45 minutes and 28 seconds

    Cigarettes NOT smoked:121

    Lifetime Saved:22 hours

    Money Saved:$21.00

  • Anonymous

    welcome to the party. i see you’ll fit right in.

    FROM Quit Net

  • Anonymous

    I know nothing about patches but if they are on you and you are not smoking don’t take them off. I am using the committ lozenges and they have helped get me through the urges to smoke. One urge at a time, one day at a time! Proud of us!

    QNET

  • Anonymous

    I enjoyed your blog too. That was all Rock N’ Roll. Your’re tough you’ll be fine. NOT ONE PUFF ๐Ÿ˜‰

    QNET memeber

  • Anonymous

    Welcome, and great job on 4 days!!!

    Read. Read posts, read the bios (click on members’ names), read everything you can. And go to http://www.whyquit.com and read Bryan Lee Curtis’ story, if anything will motivate you that will. Especially if you’re a parent.

    Best wishes to you

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    Well, your girlfriend directed you to the right place! There are a lot of people here that can help.

    I used the patch during my practice quit. I used to put in on in the morning and wear it for 24 hrs. That way I wasn’t up too much at night or having nasty dreams. I ended up breaking out from it though.

    With any type of NRT, you will still get cravings. In my opinion, the mental side of quitting smoking is actually harder to deal with than the physical withdrawl symptoms. Stick around and read and post any questions.

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    the patch calms you a bit because you’re still getting your drug. it’s not an instant cure type of a thing. you still have to really want to quit.

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    Welcome! Wow, I like your beautiful, unusual name, but perhaps that’s because my daughter’s named Maleah.

    Hang out here at the Q. Read a lot, post when you need to, and soak up the support of fellow quitters!

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    Welcome welcome welcome….I’m on day 4 too….cold turkey…..we can do this, we can do this, ….hell, we’ve already done 4 days…and probably the four hardest days….

    so hang tough girl, we’re all in this together…(can you tell I have tweeners?)

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    If you aren’t smoking, then the patch is working. Just give yourself a little time, and think about that little one at home hoping you’ll quit this time.

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    Loved your blog page!!

    Ok listen to me. The physical craving is nothing compared to the emotional hold cigarettes have on us.

    Do yourself a favor go to http://www.quitsmokingonline.com to help you with the psychological part of your quit. It will give you another perspective.

    It is an abbreviated version of Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Quit Smoking book. Which I also highly recommend. I’ll glady send you an E-copy of the book if you Q mail me an email address you would like me to send it to.

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    Hi, Checked out your profile and all can say is Wow! Your blogging is very intense. Yeah, I’m going through what you are too. But I say NOPE. I’m using Chantix. Feel free to q-mail me for more info.

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    Yes always come here before giving in to the urge to smoke! You Rock and can do this!

    Looking forward to getting to know you

    QNET MEMBER

  • Anonymous

    Love your authenticity.

    Hang with us, girl.

    QNET MEMBER

  • meleah rebeccah

    Oh yes I am too “authentic” at times!

  • meleah rebeccah

    Thank you ALL! for checking out MY BLOG,

    it is NOW MY OFFICIAL my NEW VICE/ADDICTION in leiu of giving up everything ELSE!

    Thanks for all the SUPPORT!

    This has made my day Do-Able!!!

  • Anonymous

    Oliver has sent you the following link:

    Chantix, Zyban and Quitting Smoking: New Developments

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/45333/chantix_zyban_and_quitting_smoking.html

    The following note was also included:

    This is the one I blogged you about.
    Associated Content is the People’s Media Company. It is a massive library of text, video and audio content published by the public for the public. Check it out at http://www.associatedcontent.com http://www.associatedcontent.com

  • Anonymous

    i just read it …. wow, worse than i thought

    if theres anything i can do to help take ur mind off of it let me know

    love the tee shirt

    Norm Myspace

  • meleah rebeccah

    I love the tee shirt too

    but mostly, I love flipping people off

    (at least for now!)

  • Anonymous

    Wow.

    I just checked out your blog and as a single father myself of a 5 1/2 yr old and a 2 1/2 yr old, I am very upset I do not live in Jersey right now because you are sexy, intellegent, creative, funny, etc etc.

    I live in Chicago *sigh*

    ๐Ÿ™

    Just wanted to let you know.

    Im Cathlic BTW and I would even overlook the Jewish thing.

    LOL

    If you would overlook the Catholic thing.

    I did see you said Merry Christmas though.

    I only read some of your blog – way too much for me to digest.

    I would love to be the next guy you wore your T-shirt for. Then again I would love it if you never had to wear it again.

    ๐Ÿ™‚

    Harry

  • meleah rebeccah

    WOW

    now….THAT made MY DAY

  • meleah rebeccah

    PS…..

    I am not really either jewish or catholic,

    MY FAMILY is SPLIT, so I celebrate both

    but….don’t beleive in either

    (if that makes any sence!)

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