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Daynet said

Zig said
I don’t condone smoking cigarettes but certainly understand the addiction. I actually quit twice - hopefully now for good.

The first time I quit, it was for 5 years but the addiction never really left and I started up again. The last time I quit (almost a year now) was because my wife underwent surgery to have a stent placed in an artery that was 95% blocked. It scared us both tremendously so we both vowed to quit smoking - again!

Yet even with the scare, I almost did not quit due to the incredible hold nicotine had over me. I feel for Dhani in this regard. He had a worse scare than I in losing his dad to cancer yet still smokes.

The point is, smoking does not make someone stupid. Sometimes, that addiction supercedes anything else...period.

If you’ve never been addicted to anything, consider yourself fortunate.a-hard-days-night-george-5

Mr. Daynet quit for three years several years ago, but started up again.  We're both still smoking, but DH has vowed to try to quit anytime when I'm ready to do it.

Best of luck to you and your wife this time around with quitting; it's a devil of a thing.  It's easy to stop smoking.  It's hard to stay stopped, though.  

I hope that you wife had made a full recovery.  

I've been thankful to not ever have smoked or had any other addiction. But I've seen what smoking does to people. @Zig Best of luck with your wife's recovery from surgery and quitting smoking.

Best wishes,


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