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... It is possible to continue to drink and not smoke. The day I quit smoking I went to a smoky bar, had a few beers, and sat and watched my husband and other people smoke around me. All I could think of was how they were hurting their lungs by continuing to smoke. ... (4 replies)
... are you tryin to get people to smoke? ... (33 replies)
... as to why you are all jumping on nenofury's back. Now I will confuse you as to why I am confused! The first time I quit smoking I made the mistake of only smoking when I drank which wasn't very often, but the mistake was not smoking. ... (33 replies)

... For me once I decided to quit I would tell myself a few different things every time I craved. ... (4 replies)
... Hey............this is the HABIT part of smoking. I quit 3 months ago, and it was hard as hell! ... (4 replies)
... That's GREAT Wanda and TOO PROUD OF YOU!!!! ... (33 replies)
... Well Welcome. I'm glad you stopped lurking and finally joined us. The people here are the best anywhere. ... (7 replies)
... I was only taking one a day from the beginning because I was feeling nauseated taking 2 a day so make sure you eat something first. You may want to talk to your Dr. and change to 0.5mg twice a day or like me take only one a day. ... (1 replies)
... Im 24 and have been smoking 6 years and i seriously have to stop. Ive had the flu recently and my chest was killing tme to the point where i felt like someone was sitting on it. ... (17 replies)
... Every attempt to quit is different and just because a past attempt to quit that failed doesn't mean that it will be as hard THIS attempt to quit. I say NEVER give up. That's what I said to myself the last time I attempted to quit smoking back in 2005 after surgery. ... (5 replies)
... I can relate to your plight in many ways. When I started smoking, it was only to relieve boredom or during infrequent bouts of drinking with friends. The thing is, you aren't really "quitting" as much as delaying smoking until later. ... (4 replies)
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... Welcome to the best support board on the internet!!! You're gonna love the people here. ... (29 replies)
... LOL I've never seen smokers get profiled and I don't know what a typical smoker looks like since I have seen people smoke that I didn't think would be smokers. ... (3 replies)
... It was a single episode, but it scared me enough to quit my alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine dependancies right then and there. ... (10 replies)
... and offer me a cigarette, leave stubs in the ashtry which I end up looking for and smoking, or sometimes leaving whole cigarettes accidently in my house. I also relapse the worst! ... (4 replies)
... I just want to share with all of you who are trying to quit smoking my good news. I started smoking at 16, off and on and not heavy. I quit cold turkey at around 25 I think. I had my first child at 29 and never smoked through pregnancy or breastfeeding. ... (2 replies)
... you are not alone. ... (7 replies)
... the type that anticipates things with nervousness, anxiety and dread. It certainly is a counterproductive behavior to needing to quit. ... (3 replies)
... You mentioned that you quit for 10 months and then smoked because of stress of a new job. This is one of the most common reasons people go back to smoking or I should say, smoked a cigarette. ... (3 replies)




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