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Hi. 3.66 years quit. 1337 days that is and saved $34000 dollars and most of all probably my life. Great thanks to “ icanquit” and all my quit buddies over the years. I pop in from time to time just to remind myself how lucky I am. My list of positives grows each day. Thank You.
I m 9 month away from smoke.. may be its just time that I am feeling very low mentally and emotionally. Getting vision of a quiet and lonely place with no one else but me smoking my frustration off .
I know logically quitting is a right thing but sometimes I am too much lonely and sad to even don't know with whom I can share my feeling . I feel.very weak when I think of starting smoking again...
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...
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 .
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 am so happy to share that it's been 7Months since I had my last cigarette.
I am travelling and in the same hotel where I traveled 7 Month ago after quit and was struggling like a addict to smoke. This time I have no such cravings.
KEEP A LIST of reasons why you are quitting. Mine is typed and is three pages long.
When you are having a craving, you have two choices: have a cigarette or don't have one. Make the better choice!
I have been away from smoke for more than 6 month now.
Now if you ask me about my journey, it was roller coaster for first month but then it gradually started getting normal with intermittent cravings .
Let me be very honest today to admit that there are situation or times of my day (some days only) when I really feel to smoke a cigarette or two and feel good BUT I also know...
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