Kia ora Quit whanau

Good to see the Force is still strong ;-)
The Obiwans are still around supporting and offering their awesome advice.
I couldn't of got here without their help.
Doesn't mean a newbie can't offer good advice, we've all got different experiences that others might connect to.
My tip is to stay focused on living life not focusing on the nicodemon. I'm still pumping those positive happy vibes around my friends and whanau who still smoke. Now they're really starting to listen because it's getting too expensive.
My mum lost her battle with cancer on the 8th of June. I'm still hurting but some of the last words from her was, I'm proud of you bub set a good example for our babies and try and get your sisters to give up. When they are ready, I will be there for them...ODAAT
Kia kaha koutou.
Better Living 💗

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    Blondene said:
    05 July 2019

    💐💔💗awe I'm so very sorry to hear about your mum Maori gurl.😭we are all here for you...just heartbreaking..my mum passed July 2017 and I still miss her every day...🤗😭❤️

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    PSPSP said:
    05 July 2019

    Good morning Maori Gurl. Very sorry to hear of your Mum's lost battle with cancer. What beautiful last words from her. I hope that provides some solace for you and, as Blondene says-this community is here for you.

    You are right about advice from all quitters no matter what stage they are at with their quit. I get a buzz seeing new quitters and reading their stories and progress. Like yours.

    Thanks for sharing and all the best.

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    Nana22 said:
    06 July 2019

    I'm so sorry for the loss of your Mum MG. That really is tough. I hope it does give you comfort to know how very proud she was of you.

    I love that you are a shining example to your whanau and friends. Not pushing them to quit (that doesn't work), but just getting on with it yourself, and having a life that doesn't include smoking. They will be noticing for sure.

    I totally agree that everyone has something to offer here. Doesn't have to be advice either. An encouraging word can make a big difference to someone's day. And it's nice to share.
    Thank you MG for sharing with us today.

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    PokuruGirl said:
    06 July 2019

    I’m very sorry to hear that your mum lost the fight MG. And I’m very happy that you are a shining light for your whanau. All of my family (apart from my mum) used to smoke but now there’s only my sister who does. And I would dearly love her to stop but I can’t preach. I just offer support if she wants it (she doesn’t). One day maybe. In the meantime, we just enjoy being smokefree ourselves.

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    nanaturtle said:
    06 July 2019

    Ur Mumma's at Peace, bless her & You. Stand Tall&Proud, Maori Gurl, You're a chosen one 😉 be the beacon-spread Your shine 🌟 💕 👍
    Stay Strong 🙂