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    All I can say is VERY well done..That takes real determination and a serious desire to improve your life.

    i've only been off the cigs for just over a month and am still at 18mg, but I still look forward to the day that I can quit completely

    All the best

    keith

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    That so nice a post. I can't put myself in your shoes and don't even want to think of doing without. Bad enough doing with out lovein'. lol (Could resist ? lol...) Anyway, I'll trudge to the ammo rack and mark a bullet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kookycole View Post
    Congrats on quitting, but I think that the policy that those hospitals are taking is a horrible one, with a very slippery slope. Looks like some states have laws to protect smokers, but Ohio isn't one of them. Although I don't agree with it, I can at least see the reasoning about not hiring smokers. But people who use e-cigs and NRT's, which are not proven to have any significant health risks, should not be included. Here's an article about the hiring ban and it lists the states that protect the rights of smokers.

    Employers close door on smokers
    U know it is definitely a slippery slope.
    What I am about to type is directed to the overall energy
    and madness in this country.
    If you stand for stuff such as this;
    then don't gripe about the NSA snooping around
    in our emails phone calls and text messages.
    When government passes any laws that is an intrusion
    on our personal freedoms.
    Business govt and corporations have gone mad.
    We have or maybe the world has turned into a buch of mindless
    sissies. The masses should be dictating to the few.

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    To the OP congrats on you going vape free. I just started vaping to give up the stinkies.
    Maybe someday, but now not picking up an analog is of utmost importance....

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    Employer discrimination?

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    I am an RN too -vaping at work is my joy - good luck at the new position.

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    congratulations! That is my goal too!

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    Congrats on quitting!

    There is nothing like total freedom, i.e not having to fiddle with or buy cigs OR vape stuff.

    I kinda dislike when I have to leave town and "pack" all this extra stuff. Just less to worry about being free of it all, if and when you are ready or want to go in that direction.


    TC's given: ~9/27/12~ ~ 11/17/2012~~04/01/2013/TC rec'd: 03/09/2013

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