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Should I throw out 3/4 pack of cigarettes or keep them nearby??? Anyone have any ideas.
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Today is my 80 days free from smoke. My biggest achievement so far since the day I start smoking on last 1995 and regular smoker on last 1997 (30 stick per/day or two packs). I am commited to stay clean, and also to have a healthier life and a model of my two sons,ehehehe.and i hope that i cannot go back again to smoke.
Let me invite you to read this article that really helps being smoke free, but mostly - Free.
Article here - https://medium.com/@joannna/how-to-quit-smoking-by-making-peace-with-your-emotions-2d7bd5d4dddb?source=friends_link&sk=377b0f86b0878a4b2535356b3c97ace6
My hubby just told me he had a craving. Something that neither he nor I have had since our first few days of detoxing from nicotine. While someone just asked how long cravings last, I said forever because I know my Dad quit decades ago yet will still yet seldom have a thought of smoking. I have always referred to cravings as mere thoughts. Mere thoughts, as opposed to excruciating physical pain...
So I quit smoking almost two years ago and fell right back into it. It was rather nefarious how that happened.. I was a happy non smoker and just got bold - forgetting Not One Puff Ever.. I quit the first time using Champix for 18 days - but then stopped the meds as I was experiencing strong side effects and continued on just fine. I am now trying to repeat my last successful quit - ...
I was smoking two packs a day. Sometimes a pack in an hour. It was just time to quit.
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