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The POWER Of Nicotine Addiction (VIDEO)

Posted by MarylandQuitter in MarylandQuitter's Blog, 25 June 2017 · 24 views
Nicoctine addiction

Video explains the full power of the grip that nicotine can take on an individual and the consequences that can be faced if a person does not quit smoking. https://www.quittrai...o-2014/?p=46136



Posted by nervousnellie in nervousnellie's Blog, 17 June 2017 · 70 views

i feel like i am crawling right now, but soon i will be running!

so far what i am feeling is like i am going to rip my skin off still. i've also been feeling as if i am gritting my teeth throughout the day [even with gum in my mouth] or clinching my jaw together. i am wondering if that is something that is normal, which i'm sure it is.

today the husband...


Don't Let A Slip Put You Back To Using (Video)

Posted by MarylandQuitter in MarylandQuitter's Blog, 15 June 2017 · 154 views

Video stresses the importance of drawing a clear line in the sand regarding the issue of whether or not to take a puff. Another alternate title for for this video could have been "should I reset my quit meter?" https://www.quittrai...ntion/?p=129975


My Little Trick

Posted by Breathless57 in Breathless57's Blog, 09 June 2017 · 93 views

Today is the fourth day of my quit. I am just trying to keep track of my feeling for the first week. I'm told that the nicotine is now gone from my body and I have reached the peak withdrawal from it. I'm not sure what that means. If the nicotine is completely gone, why would I still be going through nicotine withdrawal which I'm told could last 3 mon...


Stomach issues got me down

Posted by Dee in DeeGal's Blog, 08 June 2017 · 100 views

Haven't written anything in a while about two months ago started having a weird pressure in my lower abdomen. Not like the pains I've had previously when my stomach acted up. Thankfully no where near that pain however this strange constant pressure hasn't let up. So far seen my regular doctor who rushed me off for a CT scan with contrast he was thinking a...


Day 4

Posted by Kellemae in Kelle's Blog, 06 June 2017 · 49 views

8am. So i hope i dont have to start over again because of my slip yeaterday. Y was i thinking so stupidly. More importantly, y was my boyfriend being stupid? He had almost a month of not smoking, and he gave away his quit for somewhere around 3 cigarettes from what i counted, provably more after i left. And he knew i was on my 3rd day, it seemed dicki...


Quitting.. Again!

Posted by flynurse33 in flynurse33's Blog, 04 June 2017 · 49 views

Ok, so I picked up my Chantix today! I'm ready! I quit about 10 years ago, after using patches for about a week! Unfortunately, I started back 3 months shy of 3 years!! So here I go again!

I'm dedicated... problem is -> my boyfriend smokes 2-3 packs a day.. he's had a box of Chantix (that he's not yet used) for a year!!! He also drinks pretty heavil...


Weapons for the fight

Posted by georgen in georgen's Blog, 01 June 2017 · 54 views

I have been reading many excellent posts here, with a view to gathering weapons for the fight.

Here is what I have found so far :

1. Use NOPE one day at a time. Personally, I have never managed to kick any addiction by saying "Never again". One day at a time does it for me. The days turn into weeks, the weeks into months and the months into years. I kno...


So here I am, day 2

Posted by Evelyn in NOPE; Evelyn's Blog, 19 May 2017 · 175 views

Here I am. Day 2 and I'm not gonna blow myself up. Just gonna write where I bump into, what triggers me, what helps.... etc.

I've found a big trigger. Which was already mentioned... Coffee, in my case too much coffee - I get all sparkly and hyper and my cravings become more intense. So - luckily I use instant coffee - I'm gonna be careful how strong I'm...


wordpress business plan was a waste of my time and money

Posted by onthemark in otm quotidian, 12 May 2017 · 183 views
time is more precious, quotidian and 4 more...

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A special thanks to Pearlie for reaching out and being Pearlie.
so i was doing totally the wrong thing yesterday wasting hundreds of dollars and not getting anywhere except a...


March 17, 2017

Posted by Cecilia in Make It Happen -- ICUC2, 17 March 2017 · 240 views

Happy Friday and Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!!

Yesterday day go super busy so very little time to stay updated or blog about my life changing event. -- Smoke Free Freedom Bound.

I had class after school yesterday and I was so tempted to not go....I had not finished all of my assignments, which of course I was not the only one....actually most of the class...


Early Blessings

Posted by Ramona in No Smokin' U Fool, 04 February 2017 · 212 views

After just a week! The early (and many) blessings:

Achieving that truly full breath at last (phew, my lungs still work)
Appetite is back and food tastes good
I feel more confident
Not afraid of tomorrow's 1.5 hour drive and winter hike with 3 never-smokers
Don't have to worry how badly I smell during my therapy group
Money not spent on butts
I feel mo...


Sazerac's Third Annual Soiree

Posted by Sazerac in Sazerac, 23 October 2016 · 360 views

Three years ago, I quit smoking on a whim which quickly grew into a personal challenge to myself.
A trip out West, where cigarette smoking made you an instant pariah,
an aeroplane coughing fit and a horrible cold precipitated this life changing decision.
I quit Cold Turkey not wanting to mess about with quacks...


Love my new Life

Posted by doingitthistime in doingitthistime's Blog, 22 September 2016 · 224 views

Had a great day, got so much done in the garden, a lot more than I used to and feel great.

Never realized how out of breath I used to get, it just became the normal for me I think.

Loving all the energy, feeling and overall happiness that I am feeling now that I have quit.

Planning new projects to do now that we can afford them as I am no longer just b...


The continuation of the journey

Posted by Marti in Marti's Blog, 14 September 2016 · 287 views

It's all about choice.
We can create the drama, or not. Create the fear, or not.
It really is very simple. As simple as stepping into the life we want and not being chained to the past.
The rains may fall and the droughts may happen but we simply move forward step by step when it feels too hard to run.
Accept support when it is offered, accept gratitude f...


still stuck

Posted by Kendra in Kendra's Blog, 14 July 2016 · 230 views

o ego
the shoulds , could'ves and wants
illusions firmly projected becoming life .... un real really

o Source
in here
locked away buried and glimpsed
soaring in the tiny cage built of darkly schooled ego ...

dying to release and to find to BE


day 5

Posted by peaceanjel in peaceanjel's Blog, 14 July 2016 · 216 views

Evenings are unbearably hard! I don't know how else to find completion with the day. there's a raving psychopath inside my head and I almost believe the things she says... Like I will never feel completely satisfied again. And I feel I'm being punished when I know that actually the opposite is true.


Day 1

Posted by Bday in My Non-smoking journy, 08 July 2016 · 202 views

Hmmmm a blog , never had one , and not completely sure how it works , but i'm probably just gonna use it as a Diary
because it would be fun seeing how i'm feeling over the first few days of stopping to smoke

Day 1

14:00 --Woke up around that time

14:40 --Took a shower for an hour after waking up

16:00 -- just got back from the grocery store , complet...


Craves strong today

Posted by IndigoChilde in IndigoChilde's Blog, 06 July 2016 · 293 views

Day 18, third day on the step 2 patch. I'm craving bad today. I don't know what it is. But I'm home alone and don't know what to do. I'm deep breathing right now, watching Scrubs, and drinking ice water. I went for a walk and felt peaceful during it, with no cravings, but as soon as I got home I got anxious. I figure writing all this down is a good thing...


Derailed for a bit but back on track...

Posted by gloworm in gloworm's Blog, 06 June 2016 · 289 views

Friday was to be my quit day... I was breezing along doing fairly well that day but had a bump in the road and I just imploded. Traumatic events that happen that early was just too much for me. On Saturday morning I had to put my beloved boxer dog Baxter down after only a couple days of illness so I had no time to even consider such a horrific outcome....


The Evolution of Cigarettes in One Big Puff

Posted by muench in Muench's Blog, 16 December 2015 · 440 views

Hello everyone,

This is my very first blog post so I wanted to put a little extra effort into it.
A few weeks ago, I came across this cool timeline that looks at the the percentage of American adults who smoked through the decades between the 40s and now.
It also highlights specific social and political events that took place in our history that contribu...

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