Congrats on being smoke free. I quit six years ago. Smokes have gone up in price considerably since I quit, so I know one benefit will be extra pocket change. Plus, you just feel better physically and psychologically. The psychological aspect comes from knowing that you have done something that is extremely difficult, and succeeded. You can then carry that over into other aspects of your life, and achieve other goals you set for yourself. I hate to use the old cliche here, but seriously, take it one day at time. Don't knock yourself if you backslide neither; just dust yourself off and try again. For myself and most of the people that I know that quit, it took multiple tries to kick it, but the key is that they kept at it. Good luck.
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