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Earlier this year, before surgery my anaesthetist approached me and said “Do you know it is much harder for me to keep you stable because you are a smoker”
I was really shocked and so ashamed.
Today filling out my anaesthesia forms I declared myself a non smoker!
I was so proud and relieved. Very empowering 😊
I had a mild stroke 12 mobths ago and then covid happened, however as we approach the end of lockdown I realise there is still much more I would like to do in life. Both my children have now left home so now it is my time to shine.
After nearly 32 years of smoking. I can't do it anymore. It makes me feel like crap. I hate the smell, the taste and I do not want to be a slave to it anymore.
Taking the first steps today.
I am for 83 days smoke FREE man right now after 43 years of smoking! Obviously my heart attack it was the main reason for it!
Cold Turkey is the way to go, its extremely hard the 1st 2 weeks but after that becomes so much easier! You have your taste back your smell back your health back and you will enjoy your family to the max! I am so happy and I intend NOT to put the cigarette in to my mouth...
Hey so just checking in today is going to be a big today I’m going to try and not smoke today so here I go
Doing really well
struggle first few days
Long way to go
Day by day
Step by step.
Hi everyone, I have just decided to start my quit journey and am a little apprehensive about the whole process. I actually gave up in August 2019 but took the habit up again 3 months ago when I was pretty low and mentally ill. It seems to have an even stronger hold on me now and I'm worried I won't cope without my crutch. I'm thinking of talking to my GP about champix. Has anyone used Champix ...
Hello - I am a 32 year-old American man. I have smoked for most of my adult life. I have been sober from alcohol and drugs for over 4.5 years now, and I desperately want to be smoke-free. I have had some success in the past with nicotine gum and patches - however, I really want to be free of nicotine, completely. I have had several quit attempts since the new year, and am having a really hard tim...
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Congratulations to all making positive changes for themselves and for the people around them, also get rewarded.
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Its a wonderful world!
Can any one come up with one GOOD reason to continue smoking?
come on, any excuse will suffice.
Get it off your chest. BE honest.
We want to know why people smoke.
We hear how marvelous it is to be free.
But what keeps you smoking?
Any ideas would be welcome on a forum from smokers (Ex-smokers too) around this world.
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