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I am in my late thirties, smoked from 15 - 28. Quit for 10 years and started again 1 year ago. You don't need to tell me how stupid this is, I thought I was immune from the addiction at this point. I now have young children. My husband and I thought it would be fun to have a couple of smokes one night and that we wouldn't get hooked again. Now I hide in isolation around the back ...
I am day 2.... struggling today but keeping busy, logged into the forum for inspiration. My mind is trying to convince me that now is a bad time to stop due to covid 19 but I know it’s not true! Not working, home schooling, minimal distractions without work but I’m not going back for another 5 weeks and I don’t want to smoke for another 5 weeks. Please offer any advice for a day 2 quitter.
Hi, I quit smoking 11 years ago after 13 years of smoking. My husband purchased a packet last year for fun at a party, we then quickly became hooked. Now 11 months smoking and I plan on quitting again in 2 days. I have had 4 quit attempts since starting back, some for 4/5 days. Feeling like a silly idiot for starting again and needing to go through the process again. My mother was also diagnosed ...
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