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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?
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
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...
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.
Day 2 and i’ve had half a cigarette with morning coffee. Day 1 was definitely made easier by not drinking wine. Got some NRT lozenges now. Hard to hold a thought for long! What was I saying....?
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 .
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