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I want to be fit and healthy
After ending up in hospital diagnosed with PVD(clotted artery in groin)... that was enough for me to wake up and smell the roses..... well anything other than cigarettes really!!!!
Hi my name is Sarah and I’ve been smoking since I was 12 years old. I’m a mother of two young boy age 4 and nearly 3 and I don’t want them growing up with out a Mum. I lost my pop at 15 and my dad at 16 and my nan at 17 and more family members along the way not far apart my uncle 19 my auntie 20 and my auntie this year. So I want to live longer for my kids I need help
I've never seen a year so devastating in our country with severe drought, bushfires and flooding rains and when covid -19 hit my town closed down on march 17, we thought that was almost the end of the world as we knew it. We had an immediate lock-down. Fortunately, our local council got businesses re-opening in a few days and i kept employed right through the pandemic. I live well out...
I think that if i can beat the addiction that cigarettes hold over me, then it would really be a turning point in my life. I want to see my kids grow up and the more they tell me not to smoke, the more motivated it makes me. I need to get past the first week smoke-free, fingers crossed I find a way how.
There are so many reasons to quit, from health to the wallet.
My main reason to quit is that addiction is a form of slavery. I don't smoke because I enjoy it or want to, I smoke only because I feel the need to do so.
After a few hours without being able to have a smoke I always started feeling uncomfortable. I don't want to feel that again. I want to feel as at ease and relaxed a...
Hi guys, I was just thinking how dedicated i am towards my quit journey. I am focussed on staying off cigarettes and dont ever want to go back. Staying head strong! nope
The love of my life pops up when I quit. It's amazing. How much more do I need to be thankful for? Doesn't life some of the time just do like that?
I have really young kids, I smoked through both of my pregnancy’s, which is totally shameful, I cut back, absolutely, but that is just a justification that’s really just abhorrent. Sometimes I look at my kids and imagine putting a cigarette in their mouth and the shame is immense.
I never smoke in front of my kids, but the other day my three year old told me I smelt funny and rubbed his nose ...
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