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Have a think about yoga. Day 630 pour moi.
Hi everyone 😊 I’m 9 months quit 🤗 I used the QuitSure app it helped so much 👍 I also was on patches & nicorette gum. I’m still on nicorette gum & finding it really hard to get of them 😣 can anyone please help??? I also have gained weight & I think it may be the chewing gum as I’m a pretty active person & I try & watch what I eat. Please help
Try to 'not' be fooled into having one puff. Its just poison and just one puff can ignite the whole addiction process into action all over again. If you are lucky enough to class yourself as a social smoker? You probably wouldn't be on here, or would you?
In my case, this is my last Quit.
Today is 106 weeks totally Quit!
Its similar to my previous successful Quit in my early forti...
44days smoke free after 40 yrs smoking a pack a day. Decided to go cold turkey and really can’t believe I am now over 6 weeks fee from the demon of smoking. My health and fitness has improved dramatically, I have so much more time to do the things I want to do. I keep saying to myself NO NOT ONE PUFF EVER AGAIN. Good luck everyone
I had an argument with my husband, and was very stressed out. Drove to the shops to get a packet, I sat in the car and talked myself out of it. Drove home feeling very proud of myself after almost 3 weeks without smoking.
966 days smoke free feeling pretty good some days I still feel like a smoke bit never would I take it back up crnt stand the smell or nothing any more but it did help with when I first started giving up
I started my quit journey in 2017.
I had some slip ups special y with the dead of my father but I am smoke free since December 2019.
You will have some days that you find yourself lighting one but never let it be a reason to gif up.
Always try to reward yourself for a week month or even year of not smoking
I am on my 17th day without smoking. I must say that I can already feel the positive impact on my daily life. I am much more energetic and relaxed and I can breathe with more ease.
Going to the gym feels already very different as I practise with more intensity and endurance.
I had a few drinks yesterday with some friends. I was a bit nervous about that, as alcohol is number one on...
I haven’t logged in here for quite some time but felt compelled to today. Tomorrow will be 800 days that I haven’t smoked. That is incredible to me. In the beginning I remember thinking it was so difficult and I wasn’t sure how I was going to do it. I had to get into the right mindset and once I did, I haven’t looked back. This was the best decision I have ever made. I never have to use my inhale...
I've got 341 days today and I just want to share my experience so far. I still have that pack of smokes in the kitchen drawer. There have been times I have thought about having one but then I play the tape out and I don't want to live my life with nicotine running the show. Being in 12 step recovery for weed I realized that cigarettes were running my life, my entire day was planned ...
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