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    I am feeling great from eating healthy & doing exercise, hopefully I will loose some weight as I have a wedding dress to fit into in September!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Healthy4Paws View Post
    I am feeling great from eating healthy & doing exercise, hopefully I will loose some weight as I have a wedding dress to fit into in September!!
    Congratulations! That's brilliant, I'm so glad you're feeling good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    Congratulations! That's brilliant, I'm so glad you're feeling good!
    Thanks I just have to try to keep up the good work!!

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    My 17 year old son has just passed his driving test.

    Oh, hold on, maybe that isn't 'good' news
    The best things in life, aren't things

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    Don't stress Tkay, all mothers have the same reaction. My mother did when my brother got his license. She still worries!

    My happy news for the day is I finished one of my reading journals for school...Only three more to go.

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    My good news is that I am on champix tabs to stop smoking (you are still supposed to smoke in the first week) and I have 2 smokes left. Could not be bothered driving 22km to get any more so that will be it. (have an inhaler though as I planned to give up that way only the first ONC doc that I saw said no, wait till my GP was back on the 18th and get the tabs.) Will let you know how it goes. Have done Zyban before, it worked well...till a few months later I had a car accident, walked away from it and said to the guys that found me...I WANT A SMOKE AND I WANT IT NOW!

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    Congrats Dee!

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    Di, my both of parents gave up smoking over 6 months ago.. they did the tablets.

    But the strange thing is that Dad has got sick since giving up smoking also put on 15kgs

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    Maybe just a coincidence?

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    I gave up nearly 4 years ago after smoking for 10 or so years, stupid me didnt start till i was 24. Anyhow yeh weight is definately a side effect as you regain an appetite, that said i wouldnt take it up again, had a drag on one at new years and was trying to get the taste out of my mouth for the next half hour YUK!!!
    My decision to give up came due to work. Having to carry a toolbox sometimes up 4 flights of stairs, i was sick of getting into customers house out of breath.

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