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I shared my story not to long ago i quit cold turkey faced physical difficulties more then craving besides that i didn't tell a soul till recently and i didn't because Of a few reasons but at a social gathering i attended yesterday as soon as i walked in they had the cigarettes lit keep in mind these are closet smokers which confused me because the vibe i got is they they were willing to come out...
1 week as a non smoker how the time flys by I’m so happy and proud of myself it’s something I never thought I would be able to do but I have, changing my habits has helped a lot I chew a lot of gum now haha still have the odd thought about how I’d love a smoke right now but not acting on it, it’s not going to win this time.
im now two weeks smoke free and loving life. Using Champix has helped alot. im now about halfway through my second batch. The thing is i feel great and not sure if i should conitnue with the Champix another month. I need some advice on this one please?
Day 47. Really craving a smoke today. That nicotine monster is trying to get me. Some of you wonderful people on this forum said this would happen, so i was waiting for it. Get it over with and be proud i didnt give in, because i am not going to smoke ever again. It helps the nearest shop is over 100 klms away. Not worth the drive. It will not beat me. I will win. Take that Nicotine Monster. 😆🤠
It has been 1,529 days since I quit that represents a saving of $57,323 - 00. If any young couple are still smoking and renting consider quitting and putting the money aside for a home deposit. in 1,500 days you could be moving into your own home, saying good bye to renting forever.
Can't believe, but immensely happy, that my unplanned and forced quit is on its 200th day.
There is one thing I have realized while staying quit and that is.... stay humble to your quit. Don't assume you have found a mantra to stay quit. Different things work for different folks and what works for me is to keep telling myself that I haven't won anything yet. To me the struggle keeps me going ...
I sit here wondering why I didn't try to quit smoking earlier. Wait-a-minute!! I did try in the past. At least 10 times. But this is the first time I planned it properly. It wasn't cold turkey. I used to smoke 20-30 Cigarettes per day. I first reduced it to half (10-15), then 10, then 7,---and after about a month, I reduced it to 0. The day was 31st Jan. I haven't smoked since.
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Last night on day two was really hard. I grabbed a cigarette from my boyfriends cigarette pack put it in my pocket and walked outside. I walked back inside and just looked at my oldest son. I walked back in the bedroom and put the cigarette back.
I thought just one more cigarette but I didn't want my last time date starting over again. Didn't want the initial cravings to start over again. What ...
1816 smoke free yipee ...keep up the good work everyone
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