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No Man's Land Weekly Check In – 4/9/2018 - Do you have 30-130 DOF?

Discussion created by rollercoaster831 Champion on Apr 9, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 19, 2018 by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007

NML - No Man's Land

 

I see some new faces in the EX Community!  Don't be shy.  Let us know you are reading and watching.  

 

We have this discussion every Monday to offer encouragement and camaraderie to those in NML, basically months 2-3-4 of a quit.  Regardless of how long you’ve been quit, anyone who likes the conversation and wants to offer support is welcome to participate!  This discussion is also for anyone in-between NML and the 6% Club (1 year quit) and anyone else who wants to post and offer support!

 

We are happy if you just stop by to say hi and let us know you are still with us!  Feel free to offer up ideas on topic question and I will include them in next week’s post!  Stop by daily or as often as you like!  Don’t forget to post to the The Daily Pledge March 2018

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This week’s topic: Keeping your Quit Precious


How do you keep your quit precious?  How do you ensure this is your forever quit?  Your experiences, strengths, and hopes may help someone else.

 

I wrote Not getting caught in NML - Staying Quit and go back to re-read it often.  That is what helps me keep my quit precious. 


ENJOY the journey through NML! 

 

In No Man’s Land, you’ve come a long way, but still have a long way to go. The routine cravings are gone but the surprise cravings can knock you to your knees. Your family and friends think you should be “over it” while you still feel quite fragile sometimes. Your relationships with smoking friends/family may be feeling strained. Your inner junkie is still around, still whispering to you, and the temptation to give in can be every bit as strong as it was in your first few days.

But here’s the good news. In these same 100 days, for most people, your circulation has improved substantially, walking has become easier, and your overall lung function has increased noticeably. Sinus congestion, fatigue, and shortness of breath have decreased. Your body's overall energy has increased. The roller coaster is smoothing out, and you are feeling calmer and stronger overall. Good things are happening! (Courtesy of SarahP)

 

                                

Click here to read Dale’s helpful blog about No Man’s Land:No Mans Land Days 30 to 130 (approximate)

Click here to read what to expect in the first four months: What To Expect In The First Four Months

 

Checking in here will help you get through NML and on your way to the first year where you can celebrate being in the 6% Club and graduate to eventually become an Elder!

 

Please let me know if you are interested in posting the NML Weekly Check In.  I am happy to continue it, share it, or pass it to the nEXt EXer in NML who is ready, willing, and able.

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