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SamDy

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About SamDy

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  • Birthday 03/19/1995

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    The Netherlands
  • Interests
    Gaming, walking with dog, making cards.
  • Quit Date
    06-09-2020

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  1. @Doreensfree just the general warnings it comes with. I have an anxiety disorder, so it worries me quickly. @Monathank you for the information. I hope this time will be the final one.
  2. So after failing cold turkey a ton of times and consulting with my doctor multiple times, she has now said I should be ok using the patch. So I just bought my first pack of patches. However, since I've been told horror stories about them, I'm now scared to use them. Any tips?
  3. I think I feel ready to try and quit again. I don't know how I'll get through it. All my attempts have failed in the past. Can't use nrt or meds. So my only way is cold turkey.
  4. I'm almost out of tobacco, I think I will run out somewhere today. I either quit today or tomorrow. Tomorrow is my birthday, but due to the virus no celebrations. I hope I can do it. I feel I need to smoke with every single thing I do.
  5. @Doreensfree it was an interesting read. @catloveryea, I fell off, again. I'll keep trying until it sticks.
  6. I've given myself until 11:45pm to smoke. After that, I quit. I'm done. I want to quit on this date, it's a palindrome and I love that. I don't want to die because of smoking. I will not let that happen. Expect me to be around a LOT.
  7. @Doreensfree reading Allan carr. When I finish that, I will try again, and try to hold on.
  8. That was a really good read. I also stocked up on sugar free lolly's, which I hope will somewhat satisfy the hand mouth thing
  9. @Sazerac you're right. I have had lunch and I didn't smoke. That hasn't happenend since the last time I quit 4 years ago. That's one small victory I think. Its good to know nothing bad can happen from quitting. That clears some of my anxiety.

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