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Quitting Again

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Re: Quitting Again

Postby Jeddie » Sun Dec 03, 2017 7:27 am

Wow, Chunkyquitter. I’m reading your story for the first time. Well done on how far you have come..keep up the great work 😀


64 days Gf
IN GAMBLING THE MANY MUST LOSE IN ORDER THAT THE FEW MAY WIN
George Bernard Shaw
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Re: Quitting Again

Postby Jerry (facilitator) » Tue Dec 05, 2017 2:16 pm

Hi Chunkyquitter,

Congratulations for being gambling free. Great work.

It must have been difficult to open up to your counselor. I find it's always the difficult things that are the most helpful.

Glad to hear that your injury is on the mend.
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Re: Quitting Again

Postby Chunkyquitter » Sat Feb 24, 2018 9:20 pm

Mu initial injury just wouldn’t get better. I’d tried everything, then I stumbled across Dr John Sarno and learnt about TMS.
If you’ve tried everything for back oain and there is no specific cause and it just won’t get better you need to research this, I’ve gone from chronic pain sufferer to training at the gym a week later.

Ye power of the mind is amazing
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