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JackiMac last won the day on January 19 2016

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About JackiMac

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    Just no gonnae do that
  • Birthday 01/22/1966

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    Life I love life, cats, animials, my sons I love my sons, reading, talking, I never stop talking, music, all kinds of music, dancing and singing, love to dance and sing
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    28th July 2018

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  1. NOPE not going to do that, and that is the polite way of saying it lol
  2. Sending hugs your way Linda, I was actually coming on to post a Help! I'm having a very stressful day, am feeling so very low, irritable, tired and just generally fed up of how shit life can get. The nicotine demon is inside my head telling me oh go on have a smoke, you will feel so much better afterwards, I keep telling myself no I wont, a cigarette wont make my life better, wont make my problems go away it will only add because I will feel so disappointed in myself. I think we all carry out own burdens and can often be hard on ourselves. Give yourself a big pat on the back and be proud that
  3. Not that I want to puff my chest out or anything, well actually I do.....but yayy I made it through. Hell week is over, 7 days smoke free that feels so good to say. Would it be okay if I did a little jig I know you would all get where I am coming from ?. I started my exercise regime yesterday as well, my cross stepper arrived, 10 mins didn't want to overdo it and then some squats haha now that was a sight for sore eyes. But week two I am ready for you, lets do this.
  4. Sunday seems a good day to keep saying NOPE
  5. I always remember someone on here telling me the first week was called hell week for a reason, quite literally it means just that. The nicotine monster is always lurking, peering around the corner, just waiting to pounce in a moment of weakness. Lets be stronger than it, roar loudly at him and I am sure he will run away, face up to the bullying tactics, stare him down and show him we wont be beaten. Gives ourselves the power to get through the first week, and being able to stand up and say hey everyone I did it, I got here in the end. You can do this, I can do this because we are stronger than
  6. Oh my Goodness there is the me of the past almost 4 years ago, I could cry I could have been 4 years nearly quit by now if I hadn't let the addiction take over again. Really needed to see this. Here I am at the start again, I shall keep referring back to this when that addiction starts calling again, just to remind myself that I don't want to be writing a similar post like this in 4 years time! No more groundhog day! xx
  7. Remember by day three all the nicotine is completely out of your system, you don't want to go putting in right back in do you, focus on the positives, you have got this far because you are strong, because you want to be a non smoker, stick two fingers up at the nicotine monster and blow a raspberry if you need too! We can do this, lets put this addiction in its place and that is out the door. xx
  8. if you can't stand the heat stay out of the kitchen Jinx lol
  9. You got this Linda keep looking at that Nope and remind yourself that you are doing this for you, for a better smoke free life, stay strong xx
  10. I'm trundling along at the minute, but I feel so bloody Blah! My whole body is like hurting! Palpitations that are scaring the crap out of me, I want to growl at everyone who even dares look in my direction. I'm morphing into a blob at the minute, my cravings were horrendous yesterday but I kept slapping them down. I think I trawled this page every 2 minutes to distract myself. I just feel like s@@t sod this addiction it can do one, don't want to go through this again. In the fog of my brain I know it gets better but oh my god I feel like blah!

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