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Well this once 30 to 40 smokes a day for 38 years tragic can happily report I'm still free of the nicotine shackles. Not smoking is so normal for me these days and I could never imagine I'd be at this point. My quit plan on this forum reports that I have saved over $60k ...Cant believe what they cost now...just ridiculous 😱
Anyway...stay strong all of you starting your quit journeys...
Hi all :-)
4 days smoke free today, although I am still using a vape so not sure if that really counts 🤔
Looking to come off the vapes this Friday though as it will be 1 week free of not smoking actual cigarettes.
I find the vapes help me alot when I have cravings, but probably pointless as the vapes still contain nicotine 🤔 will keep going anyway and hope for the best x
I had smoked for 38 years. Its my 35th day smoke free, I went cold turkey and really didnt miss not smoking. But it really hit me around day 30 the restless nights, anxiety and uncontroled tears. The thoughts of going back to smoke just so I wouldnt feel the way i have been. I havent gone back as i really dont have a urge to smoke or want one. I just dont want to feel the way I am feeling the anx...
I am day 33 smoke free and I have to admit it has not been easy. Been in lockdown and my mum is in hospital after having a mild stroke and not allowed to go and visit her. I would give anything to have a cigarette
I'm new to this guys.... technology is not my forte 🤪 I just wanted to thank "happiness" for your lovely comment. Sending you massive hugs. Hope you're doing well and life is awesome.
Hope everyone is coping, we're in this together brothers and sisters 🙏❤️🌻
WOW. This is awesomely totally AMAZING. Today is 6 weeks smoke free cold turkey 🙌 I haven't found the urge to want a cigarette be any kind of issue however I have found I went through a fairly tough period with high anxiety with mild depression. I turned a corner with it a day or two ago🤞I knew in myself that no matter what I go through I would and will not have one puff of a cigarette. From pa...
Tomorrow i will be completing 3 months of my quit program. This is by far the longest i have stayed smoke free. I am really proud of what i have achieved and now i wish every smoker can experience the same which i feel as of now. A sense of freedom happiness of achieving something extraordinary. By this i also realise that it is only tough in the beginning. I have come to a point where i do not c...
Hey guys it’s been 76 days smoke free though today I tried to smoke and I did half a cigarette without actually inhaling it and realized this is why I quit completely. So I’m pretty sure I’m not going back to it and I’m going to keep going.
its been over two months now since i quit. Not one Puff so far. Initial days have been hard. Now i am feeling great and now I don't even count my days. In fact I have forgotten the taste of cigarettes'. The biggest help in staying quit has been the regular exercises. I have kept my goals very small. I tried to focus on the small perceptible benefits like gaining my smell and taste back. Gettin...
This is my 15th day smoke free. I’ve had a few health issues and just want to be healthy. First 3 days were depressing and weird cause I usually love my cigarette with my tea in the morning and after meals. But I stopped tea for a while so I won’t get tempted. Cold turkey is the way I’ve chosen to go. As each day passes it gets a little easier. It’s just getting out of that routine I was used to....
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