Isn't life strange? So very much has changed in my life since I quit that I have barely been able to catch my breath.
In rough order:-
My grandma, the lady who basically helped raise me was admitted to a home with Alzheimer's and now doesn't even recognise me even though I am the only relative she has that visits her every 6 months let alone every week which is how often I make sure I go.
My mum died suddenly, enough said
My dad, who I have cared for on a part time basis for 8 years now needs way more of my time
One of my bosses died at the firm at which I have worked for 25 years
My brother and I are no longer getting along
I only say all of this because I have a quit mentor who has been there for me through each and every single one of the above, even though I have not posted the way that I used to do. They more than helped me through it all with calm, concise and irrefutable advice and it is only down to them that I have made it any where near as far as I have.
So, thank you you, you know who you are, there are no words to express how grateful I am that you didn't once turn away, no matter how difficult things got or how much I wanted to give in. You are the reason I am smoke free and will remain so.
Also, well done Popo, are you getting ready to skip into he penthouse?