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Found 12 results

  1. Without false modesty, I think that I look stunning with double digits. Thank you for helping with achieving it!!!
  2. I am quit 14 months now. There have been some scary things i have had to confront regarding my health and up until this past week I was exceedingly lucky considering i smoked for 40+ years, and I have been very thankful. This week has been a game changer for me. I went to hospital for a cardiac cath procedure on 4/13 to see about having a stent or two. The good news is that my heart muscle is strong and is undamaged....but my main arteries have major blockages and i was admitted to the cardiac unit and am being monitored 24/7. i am scheduled for a quadruple bypass this Tuesday, April 17th. Thi
  3. I've seen this mentioned in a few other posts, but I keep smoking in my dreams. It's so real that when I remember the next day I panic for a second before I remind myself that I did not, in fact, smoke yesterday. In the dream I am conscious that I haven't smoked in a long time and I take the cigarette knowing full well that I'm ruining my quit. And then I enjoy the shit out of it. I also have a recurring dream problem...I'll have the same (or very similar) dream for weeks on end. Has anyone had this problem and possibly find anything that helps? I hate feeling like my last smoke was yesterday,
  4. I'm on Day 19 smoke and nicotine free. Mentally, I feel so so good. Physically, I feel both good and awful. I can breathe deeply, I can laugh whole heartedly without coughing, I have a ton of energy, my skin is looking better, my eyes are clearer, my teeth are whiter. I can smell things again. Of all things, my nails are really shiny. What? And it goes on. At the same time, in the last almost 3 weeks, I've had a bladder infection, a cavity, bronchitis, sinusitis, a flare up of my TMJ/TMD (jaw joint issues) from too much gum chewing (not nicotine gum, just normal gum), and it just feels
  5. I was scared of Hell Week. I prepared myself as best I could. I took the week off. I stocked up on junk food, thinking I'd probably just eat my way through my first week. I expected to be gorging on cookies, chips, chocolate - anything and everything that was probably not great for me in abnormally large doses. As long as it kept me from smoking, I was ok with it, figuring I could always ramp up my workouts when I was ready. I was right about one thing. I ate. Though eating is probably a gross understatement of what I did. :lol: I ate constantly. But, what really took me by surpri
  6. Sadly, that's not a euphemism for anything fun. -_- At the end of Day 3, and leading up into Day 6, I was itchy. Actually, literally, physically...itchy. It actually makes me itchy now, just thinking about it. :o My upper chest, neck, face, especially around the jaw, and head came down with a serious case of THE ITCHES. It came out of the blue, it was sudden, and it was really annoying. Like dealing with multiple mosquito bites. There were no bites, no bumps and not even a hint of a rash. The skin, unbroken, looked normal. I went through a mental checklist. Did I change my s
  7. I have smoked for 30 years, Man and Boy. I started at 13 years old. Usual stuff - I wanted to be cool, grown up. I quickly got into my stride - comfortably putting away 2, 3 packs a day throughout my twenties and thirties. I had a couple of goes at quitting - the usual stuff - girlfriends nagging, a health scare or two. A couple of times I was quit for months at a time. Then, change of girlfriend or emotional trauma and I was back to a pack a day and more. In the back of my mind, I knew that I was a smoker for ever. My family all smoked. Some people are non-smokers who smo
  8. Hi this is Sinha, I am around 30 and smoking for around 16 years now. I smoke 20 cigarettes per day. Like many of you I tried and failed several times. But this time I am gonna QUIT it forever. This time I am bagging the positive feelings for fighting the urges and the Hell Weeks. Please stay beside me and give me the tips that worked for you, encourage me and get encouraged with me. I am making a plan and will share here so that you can get benefited or benefit me by your advice to make it more robust. Regards, Sinha
  9. I happened to do this 6 days workshop 3 months back. Guess what i am smoke free now. And also I am happier these days because of better health. I able to go for jogs also. They teach very simple practical techniques. I was surprised to the core. So thought i should share it with people. Apparently they have a film about the workshop... Chk it out...and check their website too !! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAsk5NWnCI4
  10. I happened to do this 6 days workshop 3 months back. Guess what i am smoke free now. And also I am happier these days because of better health. I able to go for jogs also. They teach very simple practical techniques. I was surprised to the core. So thought i should share it with people. Apparently they have a film about the workshop... Chk it out...and check their website too !! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAsk5NWnCI4
  11. I happened to do this 6 days workshop 3 months back. Guess what i am smoke free now. And also I am happier these days because of better health. I able to go for jogs also. They teach very simple practical techniques. I was surprised to the core. So thought i should share it with people. Apparently they have a film about the workshop... Chk it out...and check their website too !! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAsk5NWnCI4
  12. So, I quit 5 months ago. Look understand this, I smoked properly. A couple of packs a day, an attitude that says, "live life, be happy". To me, quitting smoking was about admitting that mortality might actually apply to me. I'll be honest. I am a lot more fun than your partner. But you are far better going home with your partner, they are better looking and better partner material than me. I quit, because my beautiful wife said, "what will I do if you die first?" I have responsibilities. Therefore I will quit. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm On account of my massive ego, I now

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