Giulia

The Daily Pledge October 2017

Discussion created by Giulia Champion on Oct 1, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 23, 2017 by Giulia

 

                      

 

Happy October everyone, welcome to the Daily Pledge where we meet daily to take each other's hands and make our commitment stronger.

 

The Pledge Page is a simple but very effective tool for those in all stages of the quit journey. Whether we are new, or have been quit for a while, it helps hold us accountable for the brave and magnificent decision we've made to better our health.

 

It doesn't matter what time of day you come here to make your pledge. Sometimes you may want to pledge twice if you're having a particularly hard day.  And that's ok!  Know that you're not alone on this journey and that there are many hands to hold as you walk forth.  Have heart. Chin up. Believe that it will get better!  And be PROUD of YOU!  Every day smoke free is a Day Won instead of a day one.  

 

 

 

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How to pledge: 


  1. Go to top of page and click the link for Latest Reply.Latest Reply
    Or you can go to the last page by clicking on the last page of the pagination links.Pagination
  2. Click on the Reply bubble and make your pledge to the person at the end and then offer your free hand to the next pledge.Reply
  3.  That's it!  Simple as pie.  And every day you come back and promise not to put a cigarette in your mouth is another DAY WON!  So pat yourself on the back!

 

 

 

 

 

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What does October mean to you?  Did you quit a year ago in October and relapse and want to reclaim it?  Do you have a family member whom you want to honor with your quit during this particular month?  Is this the month you're going to achieve your "Forever" quit?  Or perhaps this is the month you quit a year ago and will be celebrating your first year's anniversary of smoke freedom.  

 

We'd love to hear a little bit about your October reason to quit or stay quit. 

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