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I just went to get lunch and walked past a strip of cafes with all these poor, helpless smokers out in the cold and wind and rain and I was so pleased that for the first time ever, I am not one of them.
It is Day 32 now and I am feeling much more peaceful than a few days ago. The mornings are outright easy now and I no longer have an urge to duck out during the day. The hardest time is still that first hour of being home but that passes.
I still am a little breathless when I do some exercise but I have not coughed in weeks and I have saved more than $700. More than anything though, is the sense of achievement. I can't quite believe that it is me who has done it. And I hope it is forever - I never want to go through it all again.
I have a quick question. I am on Zyban and I wondered whether it would become more difficult when I stopped (which is in a couple of weeks). I just need to prepare.
Thanks to everyone on this site for their generous support of each other - it makes me feel the world is a kinder place.
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