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About kenzie_peyton

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  • Birthday 11/19/1994

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    Female
  • Quit Date
    June 5, 2017

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  1. Thanks guys. I haven’t smoked again since that. It is hard because all of my friends smoke and my husband smokes. But I felt sick after smoking and honestly haven’t felt like it again.
  2. I’ve only quit again for about 2 weeks. I threw away a year quit before that and this was my second attempt.
  3. Really didn’t even want to post this because I feel embarrassed and ashamed
  4. Ugh ugh ugh ugh ugh. I smoked 2 cigarettes today. Down on myself, and feel shitty again already.
  5. I’m slowly but surely trying to get through all the articles on this site. My mistake last time was that I strayed away from here and didn’t have all the facts... I’m determined this time, but know I’m still in the beginning stages of quitting and am still weak ?
  6. Thank you Sazerac!! Seriously, I am so grateful you were on the board tonight and were able to offer me advice! I haven’t watched the video yet but seriously love “h.a.l.t”. So true, I’m drinking my ice water now and feeling much better
  7. Thanks for the reply. My jaw hurts from chewing gum, but I’m so glad I didn’t smoke! It’s been 5 days and I feel like I’m in a constant state of anxiety ? I just hope the feeling of something’s “missing “ subsides because it’s really stressing me out
  8. Everyone was smoking and vaping around me but I didn’t give in. But how do I get over how irritable and anxious I feel even after everyone is gone ?
  9. Congrats! What an inspiration to keep going, a year is amazing!
  10. Still going strong! Especially after going to the doc yesterday and being diagnosed with bronchitis and pleurisy! I have a week of steroids and antibiotics ahead of me, and no way I’m going back to cigs after this bs.

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