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Thank you Allen Carr 😘 40 days today and still smoke free.
The cough has gone but still shortness of breath.
38 years of being a slave to the coffin nails.
Congratulations to all that have quit or even thinking of quitting.
I had the goal of having another smoke free holiday and being smoke free for six months. I am pleased to report I have successfully achieved both. I went to New Zealand to visit my brother. Then when I came home I just had to wait a few days to be six months smoke free. It was so worth it.
It's been good days bad days but I'm thankful so I just keep praying for the strength to continue to push past this I had so many emotions I was upset at myself for putting toxins in my body I forgave and came to an understanding I had mood swings that scared me so I just had to distance myself for awhile I found the smallest things triggered me and I had no outlet but prayer meditation more pray...
Hi everyone , well I have had a busy month pretty much, my mother passed away and I have been busy dealing with my issues with her but on the bright side I still am a non smoker. A few times I could of done with a dose of nicotine but I stayed stubborn. Yes I’m proud of myself lol. Oh and I found out I’m having a granddaughter so I’m pleased with this. Thanks for checking in with me it was lovely...
Its troubling that even after being smoke free for over 400 days now and rarely if ever getting the craving to smoke, I have been having vivid dreams of me having smoked. Recently the frequency of such dreams has increased and each dream seems more realistic than others.
Its bothering me that while my conscious mind rarely thinks to smoke, when I am sleeping the desire to smoke is alive.
238 days not smoking cigarettes give all Glory TO GOD!!!!
I am over 5 months clean. People said to me "never quit quitting". I took two decades to abstain. I weaned myself down to nothing. I don't sit around tables smoking anymore.
Thank you all so much for your support and also the encouragement I have received. I have quit. I say N.O.P.E. to cigarettes, Not One Puff Ever. One drag could start the whole habit over again. I quit 23 weeks ago. My hands are healing slowly. I have dry patches of skin.
I think that cutting down gradually has helped me stay on track. I had cut down from 20 per day to 6 per day when I quit 5 days ago. No major cravings. I am using my nicoette inhaler 3-4 times day plus my vape ( no nicotine) 3 times per day. I have got this beat now.
Another milestone, 900 days. Considering how much my life was ruled by cigs with every aspect of my daily routine scheduled around smoke time while erroneously believing that I couldn’t live without smoking I still take my quit very seriously. One puff and i’ll be right where I was 900 days ago - addicted. Been there and never want to go back. It’s not easy but most definitely can be done with t...
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