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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
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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.
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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...
I quit cold turkey jan 12 of this year it was a bad week but i got passed it then things starting to feel new to me again i started rewarded myself for staying the course then i would say everything that could happen that would make me say you know what i need a cigarette happened but i didn't i continued on track but i would say within the last mouth my patience level is at a all time low i don'...
I had help to quit using Champix tablets.I know they arnt for everyone.I am yet to experience any side effects other than it takes a bit longer to get to sleep.I combated this by having the night time dose at 4pm or earlier.
I have been on this medication now for 4 weeks.
As far as im concerned,it has worked well for me so far.
After smoking for 35 years since i was 15, i cant believe the bene...
So after 3 months off the darts I had a few beers last weekend and with that came the smokes. I had smoked while drinking two times before this and had no thoughts of smoking the next day. But this time round it snuck up on me and I bludged a smoke at work on the Monday, and was at the shop buying a packet Tuesday.
I do want to stop this habit but there is this little thing in the back of m...
Well I am 1 year quit today...woo hoo. Best decision I have ever made....has changed my life for the better.
When I started out I did not really want to quit, I enjoyed smoking, but I knew that sooner or later the decision would be made for me and I wanted to take control. Thanks so much to Red, Leeann and Reese, you have encouraged me along the way and I appreciate your support always. Thanks a...
Great I am still 60 days without Nicotine and Tar. I am beginning to understand more about myself in the process, mainly the reactive feelings in dealing with confrontation with others. I have kept things low key to begin with but I have had two incidents which I tried to handle (not successfully) with others. I tend to be friendly most of the time, but when I get angry or upset, I seem to hang o...
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