Tomorrow will be my 4th day without smoking cigarettes. Please help keep me stay encouraged to quit. I need the support.
If you can do 4 days - you can do the rest of your life. Go for it.
It's not tough if you really want it, fluffy! You DO need three days away from anyone you care about though because as you come off the nicotine you're gonna be a real b*tch. I know i was a real @sshole when i was quitting!
I quit years ago! You're smart to quit, just take one day at a time. You might try replacing that vice with another, like kissing!
*hugs* I'm with you!! I've got almost 7 months without them behind me now. If I can do it, you can!! Keep up the great work!
you can do it babe, Ive gone 3.5 years and won't look back.. its all in the mind! I used gum however
Thank you. This is the official 4th day: no patches, no gum, no chantax, etc
think what it will be 20 years from now...
when you are not dead and buried in a cold grave because you decided to spend your hard earned money on crap that your shoved into your lungs
If you have a bathtub, run yourself a bath as hot as you can stand it. Put in one cup of vinegar and one cup of salt (sea salt's best if you have it, otherwise table salt is fine).
Soak in it until you're all wrinkly and the water is cool.
This will help remove nicotine (and other toxins) from your body, and will be a relaxing soak. It should help the cravings.
You can do it!
Wow, I did not know you are quitting. Best of luck! It's hard, but definitely doable, I don't smoke for several years already - after 35 plus years of heavy smoking.
Good for you! Love to hear when someone's giving them up! You'll do it too!
good luck with this, I can only do that in hospital. don't bother me then, but as soon as I am in the car . . . on the way home . . .
This is great...keep going...try not thinking of how many day past but give yourself day in the future (for example - say to yourself I will make it 2 more days and keep extending the time)...Great job
Keep up the good work - Each day gets a little easier. First two weeks is really crappy though. take each day as it comes.
I'm on I'm on day 9 btw - this time is the last!
Hang in there! After a while it will feel "normal" not to smoke. I've been smoke-free since January 1st and I can honestly say I feel a lot better. I can't tell you how many times I've tried to quit and went back, but I believe every effort to break the habit increases the chances of finally doing it once and for all!
IF YOU THINK YOU CAN---YOU WILL !!
IF YOU THINK YOU CAN"T---YOUR RIGHT !!
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