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Well slow and steady wins the race as they say.. I have made it to day 63 which is also 2 months and 2 days,, Yeap Go Me :)
It seems so far away from day 1, there have been times when Ive wanted a ciggie more than anything else, the cravings still come and go but I guess we learn how to deal with them so that they dont take centre stage in our day, The moods have settle down and I have also learned to KEEP CALM no matter what crazyness is going on inside my head at times.. Dont get me wrong the majority of the times everything is cool and calm, But I guess what Im trying to say is that although all the side effects from quitting do remain with us for a while and we do learn to cope better the longer we are on this journey, which is of course the new " you " its the person we DO want to be. Its the best feeling in the world to have control of your life and not have the ciggerettes controlling us each day, Its great to not have to worry when the next smoke will be and If you go out, will I be able to smoke etc etc.We all know how that goes.
Anyway so many negative things to say about smoking, And there are so many postives from not smoking.
I know that i wont smoke again, Im not strong enough ever to have just one or one puff.I have accepted that for me smoking is no more.I dont need it in my life anymore So I accept that decision and move on into my healthier beautiful life.Free from all those harmful toxins and now its time to recover and repair the best I can, although I do understand that in reality there is so much damage that my 30 year addiction has already done and possibley will never recover or repair from that but hey, We can only become more mindful and treat ourselves with better decisions from this point onwards
Here's to us all on this road to recovery. Keep strong, keep posting and we are on this same road and here to support each other when we need it.
Have a great day every-one..
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