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I am taking my quitting smoking as my number one priority in life. I feel very sick as I on Champix and I smoked approx 20 a day. I am just looking after myself. Sleeping when I need to and being kind to myself. I feel very sick and depressed but I know it will pass. My family and children desperately want me to stop, so they are bending over backwards to help. 💜🙏 I’m worth it and this is my cu...
I take a pills, and iam smoke free for a 3 days, just 3 days and i feel so glad, i hate the ciggarite and i cant smell it.
Thaks you all, when i feel weak i am enter the forum and read your stories that make me happy and strong.
I would like to share my experience with you all.
It has been three weeks since I quit smoking and so far it’s the best thing that ever happened to me.
I have been smoking for almost nine years started as social smoker for the first three years and then became a heavy smoker. I had to travel overseas and got married to a smoker and we enjoyed sharing the habit.
I used to be very...
Dear all ,I am wondering how much I regretted after every smoke and before next one for over 20 years .
In my new smokefree version, life can be whatever but no regret anymore about smoke.
I am quite satisfied and happy to make it till now and it's worth. I am around my smoker frnds everyday for last one month, but hardly I want to have a puff. NOPE (Not one puff ever) is my mantra .
I have been a smoker for the past 30 plus years, every single day. Even days I had a cold or felt ill. I finally made a clear determined decision to kick the demons butt! I was tired all the time, my clothes smelled, always broke, and the lost goes on. I can imagine what my lungs looked like! The thing is: It is mind over matter. If you really want to quit, you will. And that goes for anything in...
I hit my 3 month mark today. I've had very few issues with not smoking, except my health seems to be getting worse! I had a 30-a-day habit for 35 years, so I've been pleasantly surprised by how (relatively!) easy I've found it to not smoke. But I seriously don't get how I could be feeling gradually worse the longer I've been quit!
My last update was day 50 and I was so proud of getting to that number. I thought I would feel fantastic. But I did not. I felt the same as I had say Day 10. I had struggled from day 1. Every day was psychological warfare for me. Every day I wondered when will it get better, and surely by day 50. Nope. In fact I hit another bad wall between Day 50 and Day 60. I had 2 days where I had crazy cravin...
I have been a lot happier in the last couple of days made a new friend and not ashamed of inviting her over no stinky smelly house. No sneaking out the back. We talked for ages . I even got my next door neigbour over today he's a wiz in fixing my computer. 45 days no nicotine still have a few pangs but nothing I cant handle at the moment. Guilt free. Nicotine free. Debt free. It feels so good...
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