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    Blondene said:
    06 December 2018

    It's your choice...personally for me I've reset each time I have failed...and yes it hurt when I blew my 3 year record...I reset because it helped me stay true to my stats I would have been lying if I said I went so many days smokefree when in actual fact I had a smoke...look at it this way you still had all those days smokefree so you know you can do more 😊

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    Quitline Admin said:
    06 December 2018

    Kia ora Jacmore

    Like Blondene says, it really depends on your way of thinking, if you feel the need to start over again then go for it however if you feel that it didnt count keep it as it is. Just be mindful of those times to avoid it happening again but you dont need reminding of that.

    Keep up the good work

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    trish said:
    06 December 2018

    Dont know either Jacmore you need to make that decission for yourself but whatever you do dont be too hard on yourself it aint the end of the world and you are doing so well,at least you know now its got to be not one puff ever or else you are going to feel like you do now..But please remember you are going to be able to quit this is just a temorary glitch and no big deal ok....TTFN

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    nanaturtle said:
    07 December 2018

    ODAAT today is a good day!
    Keep going-$ are looking good!!👍👍

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    clarence the cat said:
    08 December 2018

    It's your call. I wouldn't count one cigarette as a fail. Carry on as you were ( you are going great guns) and learn from it.

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    Jacmore said:
    09 December 2018

    Thanks everyone for your input. I'm going to start my count again so today is day 5. Yesterday I spent time with a friend who is smoking in spite of not having the money to smoke. He was rolling butts. I'm grateful for the days I have clean and for your support.