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Hello everyone, today is 128 days since I quit poisoning myself, there's been ups and downs, but now not smoking is like the normal thing. Do I miss it? Yes, Do I wish I had taken the decision to quit years ago? Yes
My advise to all new quitters is to make a list of all the reasons that made you stop and all the good things that will come. Read it every time you feel tempted, and remember your w...
Today was a fantastic day because I went with my family for dinner and as we were coming out from the restaurant I saw a woman smoking and you know what? There I realized I hadn't thought about smoking THE HOLE DAY, and much better, I didn't even envy her or longed for one :)
Hello everyone, today I'm celebrating being smoke free for 3 hole months, it is more like 3 years to me and I'm ashamed to say that I still long for a smoke, it feels like a nostalgia for a lost friend (I know thats stupid, cigarrets were never my friends!)
Nevertheless, I'm holding strong, some days I only think about smoking as something of the past, I dont even crave one, but others are more ...
Hello, I feel very happy with myself fir this is my week #12 smokefree.
Since I stopped I discovered long walks in the morning are very helpful, but today was very special, because I felt that during all the years (too many) as a smoker I wasn't really "Living".
Today I knew life Is so much better without having to choke myself all day.
All of you just starting, its the best decision you can m...
Hi, todays it's 70 days since I quit smoking, it doesn't sound as much, not even 3 months yet, but 70 days equal 1,540 cigarrets I didn't smoke!! And if you put them all together, there a lot of cigarrets! I think the human body is amazing; we put this tremendous amount of poison into our bodies, and they still work and try to heal if we only give them a chance.
First of all I want to thank everybody on this site, all of your stories and experiences have been a great support in embracing my new me. I'm 61 days smoke free, and I feel great, very proud of myself since I never thought I could be even for 1 day without my "best friends" jaja. For all of you just starting, never doubt, it gets easier every day.
I just read about the Law of Addiction, which w...
<li>Today, Christmas day is my 55th day smoke free, smoker for 35 years, I quit cold turkey and went from more than one pack a day to cero. It was a very hard decision, it is like letting go a very dear friend, and I still feel I need something to hold on to. This site has been very helpful, when I read about people that are going through the same renewal as I. </li>
<li>To all t...
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