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10 days and still going strong
I never thought I would get this far and I'm feeling better about my self each and every day
I'm cold turkey and keep saying to myself even out loud
I don't smoke
Day 5 and yes I still would like a smoke but I know that I want to break this habit so am resisting the urge .I have 2 goals
1 is my health will be better and 2 is money saved
bring on day 6 I am ready
Triple digits club now, reached an important milestone for me, it’s been such a help reading others experiences on this forum. I have saved over $3000, will be enjoying on o/seas trip soon. Thanks to all for your support. Anyways, onwards and upwards without that monkey on my back..... now for dry July...
418 days of no smoking.its just feel like a start of complete new life.Skin tone is so improved and breathing feel so feesh.i think i am so lucky to get away with this.
It’s just not worth it!
On Friday morning 7/6, I woke up with severe pains to the right side of my chest and back it’s all a very long story but I’m actually being treated in a clinic with depression, the result of my wife trying to commit suicide 7 weeks ago!
I couldn’t get the vision out of my head so I went to the bottle in an attempt to block it out. After 4 weeks my situation declined imme...
Hi everyone. I want to apologize to all of you. I haven't been able to be on here lately to lend support. Trying to get ready to move has kept me busy.
Tomorrow (6/10) is the 6 month anniversary of the day I had my last cigarette. I couldn't have done it without all of you . You're an amazing group of people. I have had some ups and downs the last half year, but I haven't smoked and for that I a...
I stop smoking every year for as long as i can remember, the problem is every time i have a drink, which is not that often, they go hand in hand. There usually is a trigger of some kind and the fact that my wife is a heavy smoker makes it a little harder....
Stay strong and fight the fight. We the addicted smokers can and will always beat the addiction, we just need to maintain focus and ignore the side effects which are always very short lived in the scheme of things. On the 22nd June I will have met my biggest milestone yet and that is my one year anniversary of being quit (cold turkey). I want to offer each and everyone on this wonderful communit...
Well it’s been 9 days I have been smoke free. I have been using nicotine gum. I’ve tried giving up in the past. This time I feel so determined I’ve listened to Allen Carr’s book and hypnotherapy audio. I feel so determined strong and not only my health but the $450 I’ll save a month is such a huge incentive as I’m a single mum and need this money for more important things
My partner smo...
I have to share this with you, I have smoked 20 a day for 5 years+ now, probably longer but we all like to pretend we haven't been long term smokers.
I haven't bought a pack in 7 days and I have no desire to either, here is how I did it.
Half the battle is getting past your cigarettes running out which creates panic in your routine so you smoke again. You know the drill, leave one in a pack...
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