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Well, two years ago today, I snuffed out my last smoke.. It is still Feb, 15th here. You folks, down under, will be reading this on my tomorrow, but I'm writing it on your yesterday :)
The best tip, I can give to new comers, is to realize, this does not have to be a journey. You do not have to stay quit. It does not have to be a life long battle. You simply have to real...
I have been quit for 19 days now! woohoo! I have been a smoker for 25 year. I got the flu and had no interest in smoking and when I got better I just decided to ride the wave and see how long I could go without having a cig. Well its been 19 days and last night I had the overwhelming urge to just have something in my hand, put it to my mouth and inhale. I didn't care if it had nicotine in it or ...
ciao a tutti mi chiamo Gianni e vivo in Italy,
Domani sara il mio primo giorno di Champix
smettere smettere smettere
I need any support
Giving up this Monday for good. Want to be here for my kids weddings
Hi I'm on day 2 of taking the champix and I'm still smoking is that normal? Will the tablets eventually kick in and make me not want to smoke? I have very little will power
It is so hard to find a way to remove yourself from the smoking triggers. I booked a cruise for 3 days and left the smokes behind. This was a completely foreign environment to me and helped me not only with the triggers but also the inability to buy smokes onboard as this was a domestic cruise and no duty free shopping allowed.
Just checking in 31 days in and feeling bloody fantastic- I have wanted to quit for such a long time and I know I was ready to do it. No slips ups , actually happier and prouder then I thought I could ever be- I haven’t lost it this time round and I’m excited for every occasion to be a non smoker! I’m quite a healthy person gym 4-5 times a week eat healthy but woh how good I feel woh!!I just want...
I smoked 60+ cigarettes a day for over 30 years and had tried many times to give up, but just couldn't stay off them.
Finally I found a strategy that worked and I have now been smoke-free for 18 years. What I did was:
1. Set my intention to give up as soon as I felt I could. I reinforced this by thinking about how things would be better if I did. More money. Less smelly. Better health. No hassl...
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