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Hi everyone. Its been 2 years since i lit up a cigarette. The time has gone by so fast, even though my first day of quitting seem to go on for years. Quitting was one of the best decisions of my life, and although it was a bit hard at times, and i did'nt know what to expect, i was determined to quit. I think that determination plays a very big part in quitting. I have also saved a lot of money. T...
Merry Christmas everyone. Have a safe and happy and smoke free holiday season. Hoping 2021 will be a better year for all
Just remember that you are stronger than the nicotine drug.. It will get easier and so many on this wonderful forum can attest to that!
The strength comes from within, we often don't give ourselves the credit we so rightly deserve. Stay strong, the withdrawals will pass, and the smoking addiction will soon be a distant memory.
Hello to all my long term forum buddies and welcome to all the n...
Today marks 1186 days & approximately 22,000 less cigarettes smoked.
I can't believe just how fast this time has gone.
I started my journey not knowing if I would succeed & I'm proud to say that I did!
It has gotten easier & easier & I know I will never, ever go back.
Sure there are still days & I've heard it will last a lifetime, that I could certainly go for one but that feeling is just a...
THANKYOU so much to you who have replied to my story with encouragement and what feels like love! So nice.So, I am now 8 days with no puffs, this time is different.Not sure if it's because I am now middle aged,or if I am simply ready,but my mind seems to be in tune with my resolution. Mind you,I am practising on my mat like a demon! Another thing,I have been practiing yoga for 7 years a...
Today is day 15 without a cigarette for me. What a ride so far!! A gal asked me for a smoke this morning, I don't smoke I replied, the buzz from that was better than any cigs ever gave me!!
Hope everyone is doing good with this covid worry.
Still lots of peeps on here trying to quit so that's good .
Well 7 yrs to the date or 2556 days ago I to was here for the first time it wasn't easy but I knew I had to start my journey as you can read in my stories so I won't re post , I will say it's not easy at first but you just need to stay positive and be your own best frie...
Good morning my nine smoking buddys😀well I went running at daybreak and decided to time my 5k run,I did it in 30:40 without stopping,feeling pretty good right now,who needs nicotine hey 😀Have a fantastic nicotine free day 😀👌💪
Hi I have 80 days without smoking nicotine and any other form of drugs including alcohol, I had to put my self on a Christian Rehab Center for 18 days, it I wanted to share that it has been a bless, I drank a lots of water in the process, I am feeling lots better, I had gain a few pounds in the process, my family is supporting me more, I do not need extra money meaning that I have money always I ...
i was a smoker for 33 years ive been smoke free for almost a year
i have been through my dads death and covid lockdown in melbourne
i found it quite easy after the first month tbh,,,
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