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Start day tomorrow!
Got a great tip from the quitline to start on two nicotine patches, this could be why previous attempts failed.
Also decided to have my morning coffee outside on bench seat instead of going back to bed and having a smoke - breaking habits
I'm nervous, but positive :)
I've been reading all the stories and am feeling inspired by everyone's experiences.
I am on day 17 of Champix but still haven't picked my quit date. This is the 3rd time I've used it, the first was successful and I didn't smoke for close to 3 years after smoking for nearly 30 years. I can't even tell you why I took it up again but I did and I have now been smoking for the last ...
⭐I've booked in a 🎧 call back from a support worker tomorrow and I feel confident that this will change my life 🙂... I am burning 🍊 orange 🕯️ candles for 💸 money to celebrate (I asked a Clairvoyant for some advice & was told that I could burn orange candles for 💸 money)... I feel
🍀 lucky & 🧚🏼♀️ wish everyone all the best... 🦄
The end of my 'Day One' as a non-smoker is just coming to a close.
I'm a British lady - purposefully joining an Australian forum because I have terrible trouble sleeping and the nights pose the greatest temptation for smoking.
I have been unwell for the last two and half years with Red Skin Syndrome. The pain so was acute that I was only sleeping for a few hours every third day. I depende...
I have been trying to quit on and off for many years I want to finally succeed and just stop I hate the habit
I'm feeling extremely inspired by all the struggle and success stories I am reading on this site.
Today is day 3 of my quit journey and I am pleased to say that I am feeling relatively good. Yes, I have all the cravings with the devil on my shoulder telling me to have just one but I keep repeating the mantra NOPE (not one puff ever) - thank you for sharing this. That's really the long and the ...
I've just quit after 38 years of smoking and have long views the filthy, expensive habit as a friend and stress reliever. I now know it's my worst enemy. Day two and I am using Champix and drinking lots of green tea and just eating what I want...but not too much. Today it was salty chips. Any advice for long term success? Thanks Tracey
Today is the day that I say goodbye to the ciggies. I am doing this for my health I have had 2 lots of virus in a month so it’s time. I feel it’s a gentle warning sign. So here goes .
Hi, just new to this forum today. I am planning to stop on Monday but already anxious about it. I am 65 years old and have tried many times to quite but it has never stuck. I longest I have not smoked was for about 12 weeks and that was a few years ago. I really want to stop, health and finance reasons. Hate to admit that I think the finance reason is my most strongest, although my health w...
Hi all i am a first time quiter I have been a smoker for the age of 16 I am now 53 and smoke around 10 smokes a day depending on how I was feeling Saturday is the day I will clear out all tobacco products in my house I have started on nrt patches and gum since the 23rd I have had about 5 smokes and a few gum reading all the success story's and the support they recive from fellow smokers give me g...
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