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Having gone cold turkey on a Saturday I was able to spend time with my fiancée who recently stopped smoking. We went about our day doing things together and a few times when I was feeling weak my love set me right with a
If of tough love and understanding
Hello I quit smoking 4 days ago. I had a slip today and smoked 3 cigarettes. I gave them away because I don’t want to be smoking but I do not want to feel the need to sleep all the time either. I start a new job June 5th and cannot be sleeping until 2 pm. Have others felt this way? Suggestions?
Just thinking about the $33557 saved from the ash tray. Thrilled with the passing of yet another year smoke free.
I have smoked for 25 years and am 40 years old currently. I smoked about 20 a day up until 3 years ago where I took a break for 6 months and then went back to it. I went up to about 30 a day when I went back to it.
My quit story has come about due to ongoing issues with recurring glandular fever symptoms over the last 5 years. After a fair amount of reading I noted that quitting smoking was a ...
I went shopping today, i bought a whole winter outfit for less than i spent on 1 weeks supply of of smokes. Cant believe how much money i wasted over the years of smoking.
Still doing well. I finally stopped the gum, had a few minor cravings for about three weeks but it was more of a mild discomfort than anything else.
Hey there :) It's day 4 for me today... today has not been a good day. I have not had so many cravings, however, it's the general state of being... it can get so hard :(
Hi Everyone, not so much a hint or tip rather looking for advice. I'm into day 5 of being smoke free, I'm feeling incredibly lonely/sad/blue/depressed. Please tell me it gets better
Today is my 1,000th day quit anniversary! It has been a wild ride: In the past 1,000 days, I have faced the following:
- Diagnosed with a major autoimmune disease
- Had my truck break down three times
- Suffered a major loss in my faith community - a loss so detrimental that I was displaced and had to start all over again in a new community.
- Was almost homeless
- Twice denied disabilit...
I mostly had sucsess in giving up smoking but found not after long i was addicted in my case to the nicotine gum my mum knows now i have a habbit of chewing the gum and some family members have even commented saying just how addictive it can be. But i guess in the long run it's still better than inhaling the something like 4,000 toxic chemicals. I guess in the last 2 years since i quit i still mi...
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