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If someone had of asked me whilst I was still smoking, could I manage even one
day without a cig and I would have laughed and said NO WAY!!!
Six weeks on and I'm smoke free and
very grateful to be able to say that.
I was one of those heavy smokers who
was totally addicted but that's not the
I'm so very proud of myself and not
ashamed to say that I started out ...
So I am just over 3 years smoke free (1102 days to be precise) and extremely proud. It's been a long hard journey and at times I have really struggled as my husband still smokes, but I have stayed strong and not given in to temptation. We have been able to buy a brand new car, (something we thought we could never do) because I no longer smoke. For everyone out there, don't beat yourself up if yo...
289 days and still not smoking. Just checking in to say hi and hope you all are doing well. I am on my way to my first year being complete. Am very proud of myself. If you slip up have another try its definately worth it. Bye for now. Good luck all
I am a 23 year old engineer and i belong to India.
I have been smoking for the last 6 years and no power on earth could keep me away from it.
But after so many years i encountered chest problem, cough was accumulating in my lungs and i found it difficult to breathe.
All started when I cleared Indian army officers examination and got a call for the 5 day Interview.
I was very optimistic abou...
I used my stop-smoking money to update my tired old winter wardrobe, these positive items are helping me with withdrawal urges.
Now I continue to save weekly and see the finance grow ready for my cruise in July.
<br />Quitting Smoking
Cold Turkey<br />I used to be a regular smoker like almost 10 to 15 cigarette a day from past six years.<br />I quit smoking on 18th of March 2017 and it’s almost more than 20 days I haven't smoked a cigarette.i have read many blogs<br />on internet.here I am sharing my experiance and problems i have faced and what precautions i have used to come up with that.
Just on 9mths. quit. Cravings have virtually subsided. Problem is the dreaded habit left behind after 52yrs of puffing. Rather funny actually, my hand reaches into my pocket at times unknowingly for a pack. Other times i head outside during tv adds before remembering i am quit. Strange part is i do not have the craving whilst these issues are taking place. Like to hear from long term quitters whe...
To all quitters, do not think just because you have reached a few milestones, be they hours, days, weeks etc that your presence on this site is not welcomed. There are always quitters who can benefit from stories posted. At nearly 2 years quit, I still can remember "the good old days". Unfortunately that was pre what felt like emphysema and pre $35+ a packet. But $14000 later, I get it... Mind yo...
I stopped smoking due to being short of breath and coughing up blood, I was put on an inhaler for a week. I lay in bed thinking I promise to whoever is listening I will stop smoking if I never have to feel like this again. So next day I stopped. I have not looked back! Who wants to cough up blood....?who wants to be unable to breathe properly...? i have 2 children and never smoked around them but...
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