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You know that feeling of gasping for air you’re currently experiencing while your body is trying to heal. It wouldn’t be there if I didn’t smoke. I’m only 20 days in. I’ve done this before. Then I’d have the occasional one here or there. This time I finished my pack of champion Ruby’s and then threw all my ashtrays and papers out. Smoker from age 14 to 41. Heavy smoker too. If I can quit then so ...
Should i quit??? Why???
I never thought about it much, mostly because i never ever thought i could.
I do value my life though.... took some measures to maybe live a few more years by eating better and maybe cut down on the smokes....
Took a lung cleanse and ddn't have the urge to smoke right away as usual. Decided to make a game of it, put my smokes across the room and held off.... joined...
An article on how to reduce stress which many here feel throughout their journey. I particularly liked the last paragraph of tip 10.
The journey does get easier, but some of these tips may helping in working your way through anxious moments
Stay strong, determined and smoke free!
hello my friends , ive lost count since i gave the blighters and its crazy to say i have become a nutter and buy buy buy items on face book.i am sure all you out there can also spend your money more wisely. i get the craves but the thought of it does turn me off. i hope plenty of you have already quit. its never too late to start now and finally breath fresh air. good luck guys
wow two weeks done and dusted the first week was hard very hard.It is getting easier :) and wow I've saved over three hundred dollars.feeling positive
Hey fellow quitters, just an update on hubby and I. I am 227 days quit and loving it. Hubby is back on track after his slip one week in. He's now two weeks past that slip and staying strong. Oh my is all I can say as I sit back and watch in awe as to how the hec he and others can do cold turkey!!!! He's been great not even moody, hmmmm I swear I was like a witch on a broomstick for around 3 month...
Today is day 3 of quitting smoking it's hard the cravings are strong kplaying games on my phone and watching movies is helping me although when I find I'm bored the urge is stronger than ever I'm trying not to get bored. Eating sweet things is helping a bit also ! I'm taking it day by day but I'm getting there.
I am writing today bc I have been involved in an emotional roller coaster ride for quite some time with cigarettes. I have been smoking since I was a child of 12-13 years and am 51 now. I have been quitting for over 15 years. Currently I am smoke free 49 days. I am using the patch.
I guess I should explain that I learned from experience that apart from the physical I am psychologica...
163 days still smoke free still using spray mist every now an then I still struggle sometimes but getting easier day by day
Hey everyone I am 1 month smoke free! I am really proud of myself as I have been consistently trying to quit for 3 years. What’s different this time? Honestly not sure. I’m using a quit app, smoke free, and reading lots of your posts. You guys are an inspiration, all of you, even if you slip up I know everyone here is trying there guys out. We are tough people who can do anything we set our minds...
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