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I Realise I have a name for these TERRORIST SMOKES! (NICOBATES) . I'm sorry to be so rebut, thou I'm realising us humans, we are, taking the bate. Any way I know you have gone through this delama. Going stronger, we will see how Day 5 is. I know with all help I can do this.
Today is 15 days since I had my last smoke. That seems so far away now that it seems like a bad trip. I am grateful and feel like I have been given a second life.
I am enjoying everyday much more. Smoking used to cloud so much things in life. Now I see them clearly and appreciate them more. Even the taste of food now makes me wanna cry tears of joy. I have missed so much.
853 days without a cigarette and counting. I smoked a wide mixture of ciggies so how much I spent is immeasurable but I know I'm at least $10,000 better off now since I quit and healthier. My wife is happy not to be kissing an ashtray and everything smells and tastes better.
I wasn't born a smoker and I won't die a smoker!
Day 3, Still going strong, though I don't mean to bore you, I'm expressing my thoughts here, to try & make it painless as possible not smoking. Your good gestures make me feel better, & keep me looking at a smoke free life. I will let you know on a weekly basis from on, how I'm am going. Again Thankyou For Your Support
Tod4y iCanQuit t4llies 444 d4ys! even through the 4nxiety of 4 stroke and le4rning to use my left side 4g4in i h4ve not felt the need to smoke. It would only serve to distr4ct me from learning how to use my muscles correctly 4nd to 4gonize over how to feed the selfish be4st. My vit4ls reflect me 4s 4 non=smoker 4nd i will be 4llowed next weekend 4t home 4nd return to t4ke 4dvant4ge ...
It is my first time posting here. Today I am 10 days smoke free! I quit cold turkey. Today is also the first day I had a major craving while working. I recognized the trigger immediately - work and a cup of tea at the same time. I am a Graphic Designer and I usually work from home; it has always been easy for me to have a smoke while working and having a tea or coffee. Work used to...
Hi. This is my first ever visit to any of such community threads about smoking\noctine addiction.
I am 31 and had been smoking from last 13 years. I have been 38 days smoke free today (cold turkey) and I can assure you if you can sail through the first 2 weeks, it would be way easier going ahead. I have tried quitting before and had been successfull in being a non smoker for 1.5 years. A carel...
Hi all. Today is the first day of week 3. I was a bit sick during the week with mouth ulcers and body aches, I chalked that one down to the changes of quitting. I am honestly finding my quit relatively easy, I know all to well it's early days but I can honestly say I'm not suffering mind games or head battles as I'm done with smoking and know there is nothing to miss. I'm keen as to hit the next ...
Today I am 3 weeks smoke free and while I am angry at times, depressed, struggling...I know in my heart there is no going back, and after these three weeks, I no longer want to...but it wasn’t easy. Lately I have read about people waffling, questioning their resolve, even relapsing, and it has made me more angry for how much junkie thinking we have all bought into that would make us feel unsucce...
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