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Hi everyone, i have been smoking since 4. 5 years. I really really want to quit and have tried many times before and failed always. This time i will be trying harder than ever. Its my 1st day and i am 7 hours smoke free.
My boyfriend smokes and one of my very close friend aswell. I am with them most of the times. I am thinking not to meet them for a while and just work and sleep and go to gym.
It's so great to have a free place to come to and share our experiences. I was going to quit on March 16, but then ended up going to a friend's birthday party. We choose friends who are similar to us so of course I had cigarette, and then another, and then ended up buying a pack. Now I've been smoke free for the third day today, and except for the occasional craving, the experience ...
Day 1 of quitting. Been planning it for sometime by slowly cutting back. No coffee today, and go for a long walk.
March 14, 2021 | 13:50
I'm so glad to have found this group.
I've quit many times before -- sometimes for several years at a time. My ex-husband and I took a very expensive "stop smoking" course through the Rand Corporation 45 years ago before my daughter was born. They told us about the triggers -- no coffee or alcohol and to this day I don't really drink alcohol (not my drug of choice -- bu...
If you're planning on quitting give up that morning coffee for a couple of weeks.
Call the Quitline.
I really benefit from talking with the counsellers 👍
Hi Y'All! I quit Feb 6th and was 13 days into my quit when I relapsed on the 13th day because I dropped my phone in the toilet and was freaking out about it. So stupid and silly of me to blow the whole thing up in my head and start smoking again. So I smoked for 3 days and then I quit again, now I'm on day 6 of my quit today. I learned that I was a little too confident about my first quit an...
Im new to this community so I thought I’d start by sharing my past experiences.
I first decided to quit in 2019. I lost a loved one in 2018 which sort of pushed me off the edge. It was easy to drown my sorrows in 2-3 packets of smokes, junk food and alcohol.
During my first attempt I did use Champix but I substituted normal cigarettes for herbal ones. I managed to stay smoke free...
This my second go at trying to quit smoking again, and I'm trying to learn how and what I can do to distract myself any tips
I’ve been a smoker on and off (mostly on) since I was about 16. I started in high school, and have attempted to quit many times over the past 14 years. This is probably my strongest attempt yet at 33 days. I had struggled with other issues of addiction (mainly marijuana) in my early-mid 20’s only finally giving up when I fell pregnant with my now 3 1/2 year old daughter. And I did quit smoking wh...
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