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Well at Day 16, I could have caved very easily. Had a really ordinary day today and I admit, I sooooo wanted to just give in and go buy a pack. It really hit me that days like this can occur and finding new ways of dealing with crappy days can be a challenge for sure. I ended up putting music on and zoning out whilst going for a walk. I wish my surgery would just happen already so that I can retu...
I just want to say that no matter which
way you decide to become smoke free, you're a winner in my eyes!
This post is for those cutting down, who
are smoke free and who are doing it no
matter the method a person tries. It's
way better than remaining a smoker.
Even those who have a slip up, you're human, if you get back on the bike, then
just keep pedalling forward and don't look ...
I'm so happy to say I've reached 2 weeks smoke free. It's tough but nothing
like I imagined it to be. I feel so much
better already. Yes, I still miss it sometimes but I never want to go back.
I'm a mad AFL supporter and the season
started last night with my beloved team, the Mighty Richmond Tigers winning their first game. Whoop Whoop.
This girl is going to fight like a Tiger to stay quit...
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8 months - Yep read it and weep tobacco companies, no money from me!
The last two months have been great but what a crazy damn ride the first 6 months were. There were blocks of days ( possibly weeks) that I was completely out of control. Angry, sad, hating everyone, hating life, buzzed, energised, lethargic, crying, hysterically laughing, eating everything that was edible and possibly stuff th...
Just completed day 12 of being smoke free yay! I'm having troubles with my account though so may have to disable it and start again. I'm not receiving emails when people comment on my posts and in my quit plan, it won't allow me to change that I'm a former smoker of only a week or so, it says I have bee for years. I've emailed this site and they are trying to fix the issues for me. Real...
Well at 10.25pm tonight, I will have hit one week smoke free. I am using the patch but only for about 12 to 14 hours a day. I have tried wearing the patch at night but my goodness it gave me shocking nightmares.
Last night I forgot to take it off and had what I feel was more like a HORRORMARE if there is such a word!!
I woke up and wanted a smoke so badly because it shook the hell...
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Day 10 of starting to stop quitting but day 4 smoke free. Nausea,fatigue,aches and pains. I am not sure if this is side effect of the patches or withdrawal symptoms. But Not feeling the best. I understand some here has to work. Lucky I don't but still having trouble getting though my day. So how do you cope getting though your day feeling like all you want to do is sleep.
6 days completed with fresh air, not puffing any single cigarette. just unbelieveble
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