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Posted in Getting started 27 Jan 2020

I have been 31 days quit, its been a struggle with stress and anxiety but i am handiling it.

Since i been quit i no longer suffee pain and numbness no dr could figure out, i gained weight (49 to 55kg) and generally look well. I quit cold turkey.. I also been rewarding myself with the money i would spend on smokes on myself like new camera gear etc. My 6yr old is so proud, my strength and my supporter.

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  • butchmillr , Mid North Coast January 27, 2020 | 14:38
    This is a really beautiful thing. I hope I'm strong enough to make it 31 days like you did. Well done friend.
  • Sezzie85 , Nepean Blue Mountains January 27, 2020 | 14:42
    Will power is the ultimate test to quitting, find something that drives you to quit...mine is seeing the tears in my sons eyes when he asked me to quit. Can be anything that truly drives you
  • Lando , Hunter New England January 27, 2020 | 22:15
    Well done Sezzie. 31 days is awesome! There is always some form of stress or anxiety. Having a smoke won't stop it or change it. Stay strong. You've got this!
  • (JD) Dykie , Hunter New England January 28, 2020 | 0:08
    Well done, 31 days, hoping I will share when I'm smoke free that many days.
  • Jill67 January 28, 2020 | 0:19
    Hi Sezzie,

    I am 31 days quit as well today so we have the same quit date!! Congratulations on your quit so far!! What a wonderful feeling to have your son be proud of you 👏🥳. I am proud of you as well!!
    You are right- there were struggles and it was stressful, but I feel like we are on our way! Let’s keep each other going as we commit to being smoke free!!
  • Pisces24 , Central Coast January 28, 2020 | 10:36
    You're a good mum Sezzie. Keep going strong. Do it for you too because you're worth it🐟

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