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Hi everyone, am new here and frankly nervous that I can’t do this. I’ve been an on off smoker for a long time and this whole covid thing ramped things back up for me. I have young children and know I need to stop for good for them. Help! I feel scared that I can’t
Hey all. I’ve been reading all your stories and searching for positive outcomes from champix as I am experiencing some major mood swings. I have read what I think I already subconsciously knew. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and being a non smoker and choosing to not have that lifestyle anymore was the best decision I’ve ever made and will try my best to stay positive. I struggle when ...
Today i decided to quit, this is going to be difficult.
Personal story.. after 35 years smoking 20+ a day I decided very suddenly the time was right to stop smoking. I have joined a U.K. smoking clinic and have patches free also invested in a vapour. I cannot believe I am almost 14 dats without a cigarette🤗 it’s not been easy I have moments where I think I need a cigarette but it does pass. I know I am eating more but I can tackle that eventually. Wh...
So I have been 'wanting' to quit for years. I don't think I have gone more than a day or maybe a week without a cigarette. BUT this is the first time I have sat down and read this entire website.
My willpower sucks. I have read you can train your willpower so I am going to start with that.
Things that I worry about when thinking about quitting.
*Willpower or lack of..
*My mental health is...
hey guys! today is the beginning of a new future for me and for my family! short and simple the facts is I want to see my 3 young boys grow up and be around to run and play with them! here's to a new beginning and a better life :) ps if I quit my wife probably will too, win win!
I’ve just been reading all of your stories and support for and encouragement of one another; super motivating so thank you all. Quitting after so many decades feels possible.
I’m 50 and have been a “occasional/ social smoker” more or less since I was 17 with a few years/ months in between. I find it so hard to relate to most quitting support and materials as I smoke 5-10 a week max. I always feel so guilty about the damage I’m doing to my health but find it so hard to give up.
Hi all I’m finally done with smoking (I will hate that comment by Friday I know!). I’m breathless and tired and sick of the cost and smell. I’m going to need encouragement if you can help x
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