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  1. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    8 points
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  4. Nopey ..Nope....Nope!!!
    5 points
  5. Sending prayers @catlover to you and your sister.
    4 points
  6. You didn't lose your Quit Jeff.... you know where it went ..it's not lost ... Carnt tell you how much this has made me sad..... I'm sure we will see you back at some stage .... I've never met a person who went back to Smoking and said they were gloriously happy ... They just smoke and wait it out till they have mustered up enough strength to try again .. Very sad indeed ...
    4 points
  7. Hey hey hey Mac congratulations on one year cigarette-free! You made it, and you never have to smoke again!!! How does it feel not having to stand outside to get your fix?! Plane travel will be so chill going forward....Great going! Thanks for being an awesome companion on the . Enjoy freedom! And remember to reward yourself!
    4 points
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  9. I guess because I can't get one, I'm starting to look for reasons not to have the vaccine?
    3 points
  10. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    3 points
  11. You didn't lose your quit Jeff, you threw it away .... willingly. That's what our addiction wants us to do ..... throw in the towel and feed it whenever it demands. You know, slavery to nicotine addiction. There's not one of us here that can instill in you the commitment required to successfully quit. That must come from you and you alone! You'll find that commitment one day. Keep looking for it and come back when you find it.
    3 points
  12. Oh Jeff I just answered your message and now I'm reading this. I am so sad to here this. I had a hard time over the weekend. Jump back on your quit please for yourself
    3 points
  13. Great job keeping that quit, Linda! It's hard now, and its going to stay hard until it eases up. It will ease up eventually. For me, 4 months was a lot better. Then 6. Then 9. Please try to occupy your mind with something that wipes it free of all thoughts including smoking. Puzzles, crochet, exercise, a movie...cooking...anything that consumes you except smoking. It will get better. It takes time...only God knows how much. You have to have the longer breath, so to speak. Be more tenacious and more determined than your addiction, and you will prevail. Hope your days get better soon.
    3 points
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  15. I looked at the survey and it does seem to be legit @Kate18 If you choose to take it you can answer as many or as few questions as you'd like concerning your smoking habits. It's long and looks to be comparing smoking craves and food craves as there are some questions about that as well. We are not endorsing it. Only allowing it as it pertains to quitting smoking.
    2 points
  16. Of course you know where you're headed...to a solid quit. I was a serial quitter over a long period of time, but the desire to quit grew stronger as time went by. I found my "why," a strong "why." When you find a strong enough reason to quit, you will. An effort, even if failed, is not futile, in my opinion. You learned something--your reason to quit wasn't strong enough. Don't give up on yourself. If you didn't want to quit, you wouldn't have attempted it in the first place. Good luck!
    2 points
  17. Got my second dose of moderna last week and was expecting the fatigue,slight fever and headache for 24 hours but nothing like the first happened. Perhaps it was a dud. Who knows. I am 71 and had to wait till the pharmacies started up because arizona state sights were hard to schedule and it seems like very one was an essential worker these days. No problem once they opened up the pharmacies.
    2 points
  18. I'm saying some prayers for you and your family. Stay strong Catlover.
    2 points
  19. So that's it? After all that, you're just going to go back to smoking?
    2 points
  20. Sending my love to you and your Sister ....and praying for a speedy recovery.... And hoping she finds Freedom .❤
    2 points
  21. I can grow a pair Here you go Lilly. These little guys got me through my quit. Little did I know that during my quit, I did grow a pair of balls. You will find that at the end of your journey, you are much different than when you started. You will become a stronger, confident person that is in control of your life.
    2 points
  22. Oh no @catlover, so sorry your sister had to go back to the ICU. I'm thinking positive thoughts for you all and especially that your sister will see the damage smoking caused and quit....
    2 points
  23. The wife and I tool a drive had a larger healthy breakfast stake and eggs Pancakes hash browns a Spanish omelet anf then a trip up intp the Mountains, Big Bear, shopped, looked at some tattoos, she realty wants one of the 3D Butterfly's Had a very good thein the low 70s, bright sun shining day, crisp clean air And surprising not crowded at all, Super day
    2 points
  24. Sorry to hear that, Jeff. I hope you decide to come back soon because you are worth it.
    2 points
  25. I agree....Don't wait until your looking at Amputation.....if you leave it too late There is no going back .. It's not always a Smokers Lungs that get damaged..
    2 points
  26. That is sad. Life is never better with a cigarette in your mouth. Health and wealth are jeopardised. I hope you can gather the strength and commitment to start a new quit soon, before serious problems occur. Wishing you all the best .
    2 points
  27. Well that sucks Jeff, hopefully someday you'll value yourself more than the cigarette.....
    2 points
  28. I don't recall smoking ever being a part of my dreams Last night was different- I somehow ended up with a couple brand new packs of my fav smokes in my hands I was freaking out- I wanted to smoke one really bad. I was making every excuse in the world to pack 'em and open 'em up Finally I threw them away- Didn't smoke one, but that was a stressful dream and pretty vivid Nice try small fry
    2 points
  29. Good to see you Lilley ... Sounds like you have a very good reason to quit .... Knuckle down....and buckle up ....Let's get this done...once and for all..... Still only one Rule .....Don't Smoke Not Matter What ..
    2 points
  30. So I have decided that tonight I will smoke my last cigarette and go to bed a non smoker. Things seem to be falling into place in my mind and tonight is definitely the night. I can't just bin what I have and get going - I'm someone who has to have a plan. What has brought me to this point is : The wonderful support in this thread. You all have invested time and effort and I need to put some time and effort into starting my quit It's shameful that I came back a year ago and I'm still flouncing around here as a smoker I can sit aro
    2 points
  31. Yo - can’t is a word that should be removed from your vocabulary. You CAN do whatever you set your mind to. Stay tuned for more words of wisdom
    2 points
  32. I'm sorry that you have not been able to quit again! You quit before for a long time! You said that you needed to find a reason to quit. Didn't you have reasons for quitting before? Aren't those reasons as valid now as they were before? I'll try to give you a few that might mean something to you. There are lots of other reasons to quit, but non as important as these! Smoking kills, on average, 1,200 Americans. Every day. More people die every year from smoking than from murder, AIDS, suicide, drugs, car crashes, and alcohol, Combined. Smoking caus
    2 points
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