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Finding this website has been a god send. I know I need to quit as I have surgery coming up very soon. Now I have some tools to help me stop and stay stopped.
Dear I can quit community, I’m going to quit June 1st and I’m really nervous about it. I’ve tried to quit before and failed. I’m going to use the nicotine patch to help me. I hope it’s not to late to help my health and breathing. Any tips would be appreciated.
I used chantix for amonth. Then nicorette for a week, then Wrigley's spearmint gum for a week. Then nothing for the last 27 days smoke free.
During this Ramzan(15th may to 5th June)(holy month for Muslims,though not a Muslim) trying to be smoke-free completely for next 21 days. I have started my journey from today to live a smokeless life. I have planned to follow it religiously as Muslims follow their routine during this period. My main reason behind smoking is low confidence,self-doubt, hypothetical pressure and self created negativ...
I don't want to get out of bed. I have no motivation. Last time I tried quitting I became so depressed that I caved in on day 10. I've smoked for 50years and actually enjoy it. Do I have the will power...I don't know.
Need to get help constantly from help online
I’m having major surgery soon and I want everything to go smooth so I’m going to try and give up smoking. This is day 1 (actually 7hrs 8minutes), I’m aware of certain triggers and my plan is to keep busy but I have a special needs child which can be challenging so I hope I can stay strong with that.
You might ask what the difference is, or the point?
Being Smoke -Free is something that i never thought I could do before I started this Journey. It is a measure of time only. In a positive view it is a past that we draw strength from, a time where we came to know ourselves, our strengths and our weaknesses and persevered in spite of initial fear and discomfort. We take pride in achieving our ...
St Joseph has saved me...
I went to the St Joseph Catholic church, lit a candle and put my only 6 cigars in the bin, just near the feet of Jesus. Amen, and this time I'm staying quit for this life as smoke's are to expensive and damage our mortal human bodies. So hang in the everyone as I say goodbye and good luck forever. Jay Leon Joseph Wilson aka Bryn Benn.
I don't know. Whenever I consider quitting and say now I will quit I just get overanxious. And now i have started drinking again. The times I have quit in the past its via face to face contact. I am not comfortable with this medium. BUT I will perservere with YOUR HELP
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