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I have not really tried, I need to be strong and get rid of the cigarettes, had enough don't want anymore, but need help and support
Hi Quit Family,
Just wanted to say it is awesome to see so many new quitters on this site. Just goes to show how people are starting to wake up and take control back over their lives, fantastic. Smokers are now the minority and that is a great thing. Believe you can and you will.
It doesn’t matter how many times you try as long as you never give up trying. It doesn’t have to be a drawn out mise...
I’ve smoked for 26 years but realised that it’s never too late to quit. I can’t wait to start my quit journey on NRT.
Oops it's 18 weeks not 16
Happy Sunday everyone. It's been so awesome to have this site to come to. To be able read and comment on other people's quit journey and to share on mine and read the comments people leave me. It sure feels like a quit family that supports each other so awesomely and I am grateful to be a part of it. Have an amazing smokefree day and if you are still smoking stick with us because you will get the...
3 months (92 days). Not a single cigarette. Still having the occasional craving for a smoke. Easy to resist though but still, having those cravings. Any suggestions?
Hi ya'll, happy Friday, I have a question about sore throats, tender gums and roof of the mouth. Anyone have issues with this during the first 6 weeks of your quit? I seem to have some hoarseness, gum swelling, dry, sore throat.
I am currently on day 59, I started off with NRT and came off that about 3 weeks ago. I have been doing really well, not thinking that much into it. I have put on around 5kgs and now my self esteem is struggling. I work 2 jobs and study full time at uni = stress. I am finding myself procrastinating and feeling unfocused whilst trying to complete assignments. Today has been exceptionally hard for ...
Just thought I would log back on here and give an update. I just saw that my last one was 1 year ago (unreal, can't believe that) September 2020, after I had relapsed due to a stressful time.
I am very pleased to report that, 1 year on, I am in a much more positive place overall. That September was the start of a very sad time for myself but which ended with me quitting smoking and (so far hav...
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