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... This is from another smoke free site and great words of wisdom, ones we need to make sure we follow, sometimes really thinking about it, other times it will come naturally eventually.... ... (5 replies)
... s been quite a while since I was on the boards because, as I said, I'm disgusted with myself and hang my head in shame when I relapse. I know what you're saying about giving things up in preparation for a quit. I gave up caffeine 7 years ago with the thought of eventually giving up smoking. ... (4 replies)
... Newsome I just want to say the very best of luck to you. ... (3 replies)

Freaking Out!
Dec 24, 2011
... Sorry for your loss and I can also relate to the intensity of so much you are going through and putting yourself through. ... (5 replies)
... ife, even if it was a crummy part of your life it was filled with something. Also, when you're smoking that's filling something in your life too. You need time to heal from things, one thing at a time and also don't forget being involved in your father's illness, too. ... (2 replies)
... mine's down, too. It seems to be an ebb and flow thing. I can be fine for a few days and then, boom, even putting a few dishes in the dishwasher seems like a huge chore. ... (8 replies)
... Way to go on cutting back so much!!! ... (8 replies)
... Must've been meant for you for that 15 year old to tag along... as all things happen for a reason! ... (22 replies)
... whole 1st year was a difficult one, too. I kept on telling myself tho that I had to do it, this was it, as I had quit at least 10x prior, and at 47, it was time to give it up for good, before I die of one of the many things it can cause us to die from. ... (11 replies)
... but I do remember for that 1st year or so having this great feeling of sadness, just about everyday. I knew it was because I was missing my cigarettes so bad....my nicotine, "my fix". ... (5 replies)
... Thank you, Maya....You know, I remember that 1st day really well. I had intended to QUIT as soon as I woke up in the morning, that was supposed to be it..start the day with ZERO cigarettes. That's the way I had always, ALWAYS quit in the past. ... (16 replies)
... Okay...here's some of the music I listen to when I'm working out... ... (27 replies)
... I quit after an episode with my heart about 4. ... (10 replies)
... congratulations Again. That Cruise Sounds Like A Great Way To Reward Yourself!! And How Wonderful To Be Able To Pay Off Your Last Cruise Now That You Don't Smoke!! ... (24 replies)
... Well, that's a tricky qustion, in that I wasn't socializing much for a long time after I quit. You see, I was diagnosed with a hypothyroid condition about 2 months, maybe 3 before I quit, and I was pretty sick. I had already quit my job, and I was just staying at home a lot, due to pain issues and extreme fatigue. ... (8 replies)
... I joined this message board just to reply to your post, because my heart goes out to you. I was in your shoes once. I want you to listen to me very carefully and I want you to trust me, because I know what I'm talking about. There is a secret to quitting smoking successfully. ... (4 replies)
Patches
Apr 25, 2004
... Gald to hear that your nosebleeds and insomia have become a thing of the past. ... (10 replies)
... Feel good about having the courage to try to quit. And be proud about making the promise to yourself to succeed. You keep your promises to others, right? ... (17 replies)
Bothrops-Derek
Jan 15, 2004
... I always try to stop and remember that good days will soon come. And usually it will be the next day. So always try to remember on days like that, that it's not always going to be that bad, that there's good days on the way soon. Oh, and don't I know about getting upset with Dr. ... (18 replies)
Quitting...
Feb 14, 2007
... Congratulations to you too...I hear that giving up chew is even more difficult than quitting cigs...don't know how that can be true, , so pats on back to you. Jeff, there are so many withdrawl symptoms, memaw's right about that. ... (3 replies)




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