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Too early for me to give hints
It has been 21 days of being smoke free and it feels so good.
In the next two days i'll be visiting friends who are smokers. I'm sure they will understand that I don't smoke anymore. Really hope I do not slip up and fall into those "only one won't harm" traps.
I also do not want to be overconfident about having it under control. Yes my mindframe is in the right place and I have willpower but...
A random thought just popped into my head that I reached another milestone in my quit. I realized today that I no longer understand why I used to smoke. However, I do remember the pain of quitting. I wish the same realization to everyone on this forum.
Wow I can't believe that I've really done this and to date ive saved $1711. I still love reading stories on here and it keeps me focused. Thank you all for sharing your stories and for all the support I've received. I don't think I could of done it without the support😊 It is so good to be free!
Hi guys, i am 21 years old and i have been smoking since when i had 14 years, so more or less 7 years. 44 days ago i decided i will quit smoking not because i had health issues but because of course it harms you and to be honest everything on you smells bad. The first days were horrible, i mean i was angry all the time had a headache and everytime i'd see an old person smoke i'd try to convince m...
Now I am in 41 day . I had quited 2.5 years ago and relapsed after 1.5 years. Now I hope this time will be the last for good. I think the main reasons that I relapsed was the fact that after awhile I started to forgot the reasons that made me quit.
guys and gals its going on 15 weeks since i stopped the demons and i must say the coughing and heaving is all gone.honestly everyone can do it and there is no excuse why you cant.i am heart broken cause i lost my wife and yet i gave the demons away, so really are your pressures in life worse than mine ? come on people please dont die through cigarettes as life is so precious . cold turkey is the ...
40 days today. After 35 years of smoking whenever I could. Which makes it quite challenging for me to stay quit because I associate just about EVERYTHING with smoking. I'm constantly reminded that in this very situation (choose any random situation :-) ) I would light up a cigarette. I need a lot of energy to refocus on other contents. I don't need a lot of energy for actually "resisting". It's t...
Wow I hit the one week marker.
Days 5 and 6 were emotional. As one would expect; the emotional rollercoaster had me frustrated at people, crying over the most trifling things. It’s been a mess. But I’m grateful I got through them.
Totally fitting to get into this non-smoker mindset. I keep telling myself “I choose not to smoke”, “I am not a smoker now” and yes it is all fine and I do not ...
Wow it's been 900 days since I had a my last cigarette I still can't believe It, I'm counting 100 days to reach my 1,000 days,Then I'll be celebrate without no cigarette can't wait.
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