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Can't believe, but immensely happy, that my unplanned and forced quit is on its 200th day.
There is one thing I have realized while staying quit and that is.... stay humble to your quit. Don't assume you have found a mantra to stay quit. Different things work for different folks and what works for me is to keep telling myself that I haven't won anything yet. To me the struggle keeps me going ...
It definitely gets easier. I am now at a point where its easier just to stay quit. I have put on some serious weight but on the bright side I almost never consume alcohol. Used to be a 3 to 4 times a week alcohol drinker.
What I want to share is that cravings do completely recede
Good luck all !
My forced break from smoking for 7 days has ballooned to 100. Around the week 4 mark was my one and only real moment when I was close to slipping. To avoid any more such moments, I have also limited my alcohol consumption. I have put on almost 10 to 15 lbs but I know I can get them off once I start exercising
75th day smoke free today. I have also started going to the gym. Still struggling to quit alcohol. I worry that one evening I might drink enough to weaken my resolve of staying quit.
I am divorced and earlier this summer in August (I am from Chicago) I had a planned vacation to London with my 9 year old son. I have been smoking since I was 25 but always wanted to quit.
On August 3rd Friday, I smoked my last cigarette before I went to pick up my son from his mom's place to catch our flight to London. I left the cigarette packet on the kitchen island.
The 7 days in Lond...
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