Hello guys, this is the second time i post here about my quitting experience and i gladly can say that today i am 291 days smoke free. Just to remind some of you that maybe might remember me, i am 22 years old now (i was 21 when i first posted) and i haven't smoked since October 2018. Basically there were no major reasons that i quit i simply came to an understanding and decided that smoking was not doing me anything good in life but simply destroying my health making me smell bad, and of course costing me everyday. I smoked for ~7 years since i was 14 and i would smoke around 17-18 cigarettes a day. The beginning was extremly hard but if you make up your mind probably there is nothing you can't do and it worked perfectly fine for me. I decided and made a promise that i would not smoke anymore and i did not. The thing pushing me the most through this battle was the thought of feeling completed every night when i went home and feeling like i really achieved something great for the day. The hardest part was the first month, the cravings were really really bad and i barely could stop myself from smoking but here i am guys, smoke free and i feel 100 times better and i am so glad that i stood strong at the time. If i did it i do not see any reason why you cannot do it, the only thing in the way is our brain. Cheers to everyone out there trying to quit and stay strong.
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