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 Actually you can now stay on Chantix up to six months but I don’t plan on taking it that long. If I didn’t think I needed it I wouldn’t be on it. What works for some doesn’t work for others. If you can do it cold turkey that’s wonderful. I know I can’t I need a little help. 

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Many roads lead to Rome.

The important bit is that you get there :) 

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@Diane R I thought you had quit already, but I misread. :)

 

 

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I wish I quit. I’m closer everyday to being smoke free. The Chantix is doing it’s job. And I’m trying my best. Chantix does make it easier for me to say no don’t want that. But the habit is such a part of my life. 40 plus years of smoking minus 1 1/2 years that I quit. I must find other things to fill my time. Up until yesterday I had such fatigue I could barely get out of bed. I plan on going to the gym to fill some of my time. I don’t work now so I have a lot of free time.  It I’ll get there. I’m  determined to make this change. I can I will I must!

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1 hour ago, Diane R said:

It I’ll get there. I’m  determined to make this change. I can I will I must!

This sounds like you have the right mindset! You definitely can,  I am sure of that. 

 

Writing here helped me a lot, to share whatever I was going through, but I was also holding myself accountable that way. No way I'd cave after everything I wrote down... 

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