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  1. 9 points
  2. Getting ready to get off work and go Home Pack the truck, jump in with the wife and off we go. I will be away from computers and cigerettes, Can't smoke what I do not have. So next time we converse I will be OPAH of 6 days so close to completing Week one. No more nicotine in my Body, and Hopefully this emotional roller coster wil be done. I do remember it from last go round. So you all have a simply Marvelous week end, enjoy, Laugh, sing and dance even if it only with your Cat,, dog, Rabbit take the time.
    5 points
  3. Won't smoke tomorrow, Saturday. Didn't smoke today. Makes it easier to not smoke tomorrow.
    5 points
  4. 5 points
  5. NOPE - I don't smoke anymore. Happy Friday, everybody!
    5 points
  6. Oh wow, that is a biggie. Uncertainty at work does suck. What's the chat? Whats everyone saying? Fingers crossed for you. Zero point smoking, it will not help anything! Just stick around here if you are struggling. How are you feeling?
    4 points
  7. I love starting my day with that video, Just warms up my insides and brigs a smile to my face that lasts most the Day. GOOD MORNING, SUNSHINES !!!!!
    4 points
  8. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/smokers-in-this-state-spend-up-to-23-million-in-their-lifetime-2018-01-17?link=sfmw “Quitting smoking is probably the hardest thing you are ever going to do. I’d rather get people off crack,” Dr. Louis De Palo, Professor of Pulmonary Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, told Moneyish. “The recidivism rate is huge because it’s not just the nicotine. If you really want to be successful, you have to look at everything that one stick is giving you, which is why a combination of nicotine replacement and cognitive behavioral th
    4 points
  9. I anticipated the forum to be flooded with newbies. I applaud those that have reclaimed their lives and health- vowing to kick the addiction in the 'butt' in 2019. I'm standing here in peddle pushers/capris/waders- waiting for the tide to roll in with a mass of new quitters. I'm taking the sunshine route- less smokers in the world these days (hallelujah!) so fewer folks will quit; therefore, less activity on forums like QT. Are you still smoking? You're a smoker. Want to quit this year? You're a wannabe. Stop smoking cigarettes right now. You will
    4 points
  10. G’day NOPE starts my day C
    3 points
  11. NOPE! (You're doing great, Kate18!)
    3 points
  12. All I want to (or feel that I can) add at this point is that, in 2001, I "lost" (the more appropriate phrase is "gave up") a quit of about 21 days. Somehow, I was able to marshal the energy to begin again. And seventeen-plus years later, my life has been transformed and literally saved by beginning again. All the best, and we know you can do it-- Christian99 17+ years quit
    3 points
  13. Wow!!!....What a bummer...hoping for a OK result.... As its been said ..Smoking won't change anything ....you will be more gutted ,if you gave away your fab quit ... This is one thing you are in control of ...stay close ...shout out if you need help ...
    3 points
  14. Don't let anything compromise your quit. Dig what @Cristóbal has to say, Your Quit -----Your Life The Proper Sequence. One door closes, one door opens. Hang tight to your resolve, you will win at everything.
    3 points
  15. Oh man that is a biggie wantsit but you got this. You have two awesome months under your belt so try to think positive about it. It could end up being a good thing
    3 points
  16. Thank you Chris and Good day to you ! 3rd day started and felling better on the drive into work. Time for some coffe. I have work waiting so it will be a busy good morning for my quit
    3 points
  17. I was always out of the closet with smoking, didn't lie about it, didn't care. I 'LOVED' smoking. I smoked everywhere. Smoking and I were like white on rice, inseparable for 40 something years. I didn't trouble myself about it. Quit while pregnant, resumed after the birth. Then, a bit over five years ago, it dawned on me that I was just like a junkie. I hated junkies, (even threw Tim Hardin out of my house for shooting up in my bathroom). I knew nothing about addiction. I quit on a whim and lurked here and there, immersing
    3 points
  18. G,day well your back... good stuff. Wish I could distill what makes a quit a final one. I should,I’ve (lost) (had) a few. Get yourself free of the smokes then work on if you think your a smoker or an addict. chris
    3 points
  19. Holy polling booth outcome it's.... Nun-a-nun-a Nun-a-nun-a BATMAN... BAM... WOW.... KAPOW!!! .... The people have spoken..
    2 points
  20. Oh my goodness Wansit. I have the prayers going. Don't stress what may not need stressing. You have this quit so don't let go. We are here for you.
    2 points
  21. All normal C ... Our bodies are all over the place ....glad your sleeping ...I never slept for weeks....was on the board 24/7.....keep going ...
    2 points
  22. I think it's normal for winter, quitting or not lol. But there is a lot of brain fog in the early weeks of quitting so this could be why you're feeling that way too....
    2 points
  23. Hey girl you are a day ahead of me and Doing great, Yes it is still up hill but you have a Full head of Steam and are rolling strong !
    2 points
  24. Here I am, one year smoke free! What do I win?? A stack of extra cash in my pocket, freedom from the nicotine clock, compliments that I smell great, hack-free evenings, hypochondria-free days, hopefully some extra days tacked on to the end of my life, role-modeling for my kids... I could go on. Do I miss smoking? Every now and then in a nostalgic way. Do I want to smoke? Never.
    2 points
  25. Each day is a great accomplishment and congratulations on your three days of Freedom. Your body begins to repair and you settle in and get stronger every day. Since you mentioned caffeine, you might find this vid from our friend, Joel, interesting.
    2 points
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