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You can always savor being ahead in your fight against cigarettes but what I remind myself is to never start taking a victory lap.
Today is my 2 year anniversary of staying quit and I have added running and regular gym sessions as a way to savor my control over cigarettes
2 years on after an initial weight gain, I have since lost a bunch of weight and I feel healthier, look better and ge...
Hi everyone sorry I just reply. But I have sick and trying to lose weight. I have been off smoking now for almost 10 months and doing great I still have my doctor for support and I can quit family. But smelling people smoke around me doesn't worry me any more. So I am very happy with myself .
I was like you - struggling with smoking. Even though I knew it was a harmful habit that was killing me little by little, I just couldn't quit.
Now, I didn't have any sort of spiritual revelation. I read the book Atomic Habits by James Clear and it helped me to understand how habits work, and so I started.
I began by filling my life with positive habits such as working out a little every day,...
This week I passed the 4 year mark and I'm so incredibly grateful everyday for the freedom I now enjoy from cigarettes, that once ruled nearly every aspect of my life.
This forum and Champix were my aids to succeed after many many failed attempts.
It was my calender anniversary of quitting reminder on my phone that popped up and prompted me to celebrate.... that's how nothing smoking...
1200 days and counting. Last week I had a cig in a dream. Woke up, no harm done - never forget to practice NOPE (Not one puff ever). So many benefits to being a non smoker but if you are on this site you know what I mean.
Good luck in your quest and cheers.
Hi everyone I'm 2 days off 1 month smoke free 🙂
I'm so proud of myself I got this far with everything going on with my health I stayed strong.
I hope to be all better by the end of july start of August have a bit to go yet before I am back to me again but I will get there.
That's what giving me the push to never smoke again
A health scare.
Not a bad bad health scare but enough not to ev...
I struggle still after a year but just keep trying
I have become a non-smoker. I talked myself through the cravings and I use lozenges. I don't smoke.
Woohooo 12 months smoke free can not believe i actually done im super proud of my self n my partner we both did it together n we both still alive lol hsha the only down fall is weight gain but I'm starting that next with what I been thru mental health n knee injury I still done it if I can do it anyone one can n the support from you guys here I can quit family has been awesome n help me thru it ...
365 days smoke free
6,600 cigarettes not smoked
Lots more energy.
Wife says I rarely snore anymore.
Finally deciding to give up was one of the best decisions of my life. If youve just started on your journey then I wish you well and encourage you to stay strong. Theres a better life on the other side of smoking
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