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I am seriously not trying to compete with myself but today was actually worse than yesterday which was marginally worse than the day before. Work seems to have gone pear-shaped and, although part of me thinks it is the great tobacco ogre in the sky trying to lure me back, I know these challenges are part of life and I have to find a way of coping without bursting into tears (not particularly dignified at my age).
A friend who has been through all of this some years ago told me today that I was changing and becoming a different person. Perhaps the grief is saying good-bye to the old person which, let's face it, is the person I wanted to farewell. All I know is that I am going to fight with all my strength to remain smoke-free and hope that, in doing so, I will become stronger.
Thanks to Nannette, I have the Bee Gees blasting in my flat and I am feeling happier than I have all week!
Good luck to everyone over the weekend.
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