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Hi everyone. Had an email from icanquit to see how i am going. 836 days smoke free and going great. I will never smoke again. To all of you new quitters, Hang in there. It is so worth it. It really does get easier. I dont even think about having a smoke now. Happy smoke free day to all
I want to thank all of you for your supportive comments. I forget who wrote that they start each day by reading the comments here. I've become like that, and those readings help me.
You know those times, when you regularly used to head outside for a smoke. I don't know about Australia, but here in Canada you're not allowed to smoke inside public places. My husband built a greenhouse o...
A respected friend came up to me while playing pool and said"Hi...I see your still smoking...you know, Ive been hearing some really cool stories and great things about smoking lately, and even thinking about buying a pack and start smoking too. I immediately knew I was done smoking. After 30 years smoking every day. Just done. Over it. I keep replaying the dumb look on his face and his voice when...
Hello all I’ve just realised it’s half a year since I gave nicoteen the boot,well it’s over half a year now because that date was on the 2nd of feb,great feeling,next milestone is a year which is on august the 2nd 😀
“After this pouch I quit this crap”I told myself one day
Rizlas,lighters,Ashtrays went straight in the bin,as my lungs both screamed hurray,
Feeling strong in mind about my goal I Googled every road
about quitting this evil drug for good,to find info and advice to lighten the load.
First I read that in 8 hours that the carbon in your blood is halved
And in 24 hours it was totally gone,
WOW.... don't seem to find time these days to keep up to date with what's happening on this great site.
But just been skimming through some posts and it's so great to see we have soooo many newcomers😊 and some older namesakes😊 still on this site.
26th Sept 2015 saw the start of my journey into my Stop Smoking personal goal, just sooooo proud of myself that I am still on the right track withou...
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...
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