Welcome to the iCanQuit community this is your opportunity to share with your fellow community members any tips, stories or advice you may have around quitting smoking or staying quit.
Let's start the season with a big bonfire. Please calculate and let us know how many cigarettes you have spared your lungs from and are thankful that you can throw on our bonfire this weekend.
Hi everyone i have been an active member of this site for just under 3yrs now...the time i have been quit. I chatted with some realistic members over time such names as Dobbin, Lia, Steve just to name some. From my understanding they all went on to become non smokers. For all the people in progress of quitting i can only advise you to stay with it. Hard i kid you not but does get easier with dete...
Thank you all for your kind comments. I would love to continue supporting others on this site, but by not allowing me and others to comment on stories, I am unable to participate which I find very disappointing. But I guess the powers that be think they have improved the site regardless of what we think. Thanks again....stay strong and focused xx
Hi everybody had a slip up for 5days and smoked in the evening with my partner feel mad at my self but My mind set is ready to try again, never stop trying
Hi Everyone, I can’t post from my iPad anymore so I guess you won’t be hearing from me again.
I do not have a mobile phone so that is not an option. Since they changed the format I find it more difficult to navigate. I think they call it progress or improvement...lol
I wish you all a happy and successful journey....take care xx
I am 8 month smoke free now. Life is rather easy and I don't forcefully fight to stay quit. No smoking is a routine.
Having said that, I want to reiterate the most important stay quit mantra NOPE..
NOT ONE PUFF EVER
I always keep my guard on with this mantra.
Life is Beautiful now
Having problems responding to comments on my site, have anyone had problems when pressing the Post Button.
After several attempts at quitting since before Christmas I've now been smoke free for 14 days. I purchased the nicorette spray but haven't used it. This time I feel more positive I can continue to stay smoke free. I don't miss it like on previous attempts and most days don't even think about smoking. Just goes to show that no matter how many slip ups you have keep trying.
I have had problems trying to comment on stories so I have resorted to doing it this way.
So sorry that you are hurting so much Leeann. This is a bump in the road...it does not define your whole journey this far. Keep going girl, you are my quit buddy, and you have a milestone to celebrate next month and I will not leave you behind. xx
I did it. It would seem as if I must have quit a million times in my mind, however I never made it this far before. I am so proud and happy accomplishing this 4 month milestone, when I started this smoke free journey, I really didn’t know for sure if this was the beginning of the end of another failed attempt. However now for the first time I believe I have won this fight for my freedom and my he...
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