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I was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease that is chronic to terminal.
I’ve got too much to do in life and I don’t want to quit but I can’t afford it and I’m forced retired on a pension.
When you are on your own 85% of the time, it’s a real struggle.
I smoke when I’m bored drinking coffee or having a beer.
I’m really want to quit but ever day I buy another pack
Just a quick few words on my quit experience so far ....
The benefits of quitting smoking far outweigh the effort involved. Quitting can be really hard but there are lots of personal rewards in it like a new appreciation of Life. Plus you get energy !
Hello I’ve been on here before about giving up smoking. I’m going to try again to give the smokes up. As I have got bad news from the doctor. At the moment I’m trying to cut down the patches. So I can do it this time as I have to.
Just had 2 heart attacks and I'm only 50
Everyone wants to quit smoking, but it has to be in your mind set! You know your ready to make the commitment!🌻🐕🐈
Stopped smoking 5th September 2018 after being diagnosed with emphysema. What can I say, health improved regardless of my medical condition, don't smell of smoke anymore and the financial savings are enormous. My wife continued to smoke and has just recently quit, about 4 months now, so proud of her, going cold turkey like I did. Still love the smell but will never go back to it again, even afte...
There is a small country in the the pacific aiming to become cigarette free in a few years. The rest of the world is beginning to sit-up and take notice. Other countries are starting to believe it is possible because this country was the first in the world to allow women to vote in elections. Also, the first official climber to conquer Mount Everest (Edward Hillary). First sea harbour to ban nuc...
Challenge your self to fight the addiction
HELP!! My dear team, I have been over 10 months quit, and STUPIDLY on the weekend I had some alcohol and smoked way too many cigarettes. Tonight my friend came over and I have 5 more.
I am not going to change my quit date because I am not going to smoke another cigarette. The shame is Immense, I never thought I would have to write this because I was going along so strong, no urges, no desire,...
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