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Congratulations on your three months quit, precious, way to go, go girls.
I am just concentrating on today, one day at a time,
Gosh I'm getting hungry, it's midday here on a Saturday
I still have not been for my walk, the weather is balmy here not much breeze and I should be out.
Kind regards Screwadriver, I wish you all the best on your new life journey,
At first congratulations on your three dot weeks soon to be four.
Sorry to hear about your girlfriend in hospital I just pray that the medical staff there are good at their job and that your g/f does not suffer to much.
It's good to hear that you're being a good support, keep posting when the craves come and let us know when the seizures pass.
Your right Paula,
It's not a life you want to live as a smoker especially when you have tasted freedom without cigarettes. I know which life I prefer. I just go for a walk when I get a craving we live by the river so it's nice to go for a walk.
Yes I feel good about this quit, congratulations on your quit, you must have a few months under your belt now, well done.
I know I can beat this demon, just take it one day at a time
You have some serious time quit now Overdoz, well done, I am just slowly building my bricks in the wall between me and the demon. It's good to have experienced quitters alongside you in this journey of hope and freedom.
Yes I love Allen also and he is committed to his task, I have the book I don't have the audio. I believe I can do this today and will continue to NOPE everyday.
But just the same there are some very good knowledge based articles on this site, with some wonderful people providing support.
Congratulations on your two month quit, may there be many more to follow
Whatever works for you Jules, Climbing stairs will keep you fit, as well.
Congratulations on your twelve days I am still in my first, at nine pm tonight I will have completed 24 hrs.
I am just a read and post kind of guy who loves to get out for a walk now and then. Good luck on your journey, doesnt it feel good deep breaths of fresh air.
March through the madness! You have been fighting for over a year. The fight is SO WORTH IT, You know the process. You are strong. I am cheering for you and will not stop. I hope that you take it one minute, hour and day at a time. Try something different this time. I wish you peace in the process. My goodness, it is so much better to be free than trapped in this addiction. Sending strong muscles your way.
Craves were intense yesterday after we did the fortnightly shop, I was almost comatose packing the groceries into their bags, just following routine. I made myself a coffee and settled down afterwards.
This can be crippling this addiction, but I remembered my vow not to smoke and so did not take that route. I can and will take advantage of that quit muscle your sending my way.
PS love your key
One day, 7 hours, 44 minutes and 5 seconds. 39 cigarettes not smoked, saving $39.57.
Ok I have to ask. What is fortnightly. I like learning new words. My friend Liz in England is good at making up her own words. She says niggle for annoying. Don't ya love that feeling when you beat the crave. Its like Im in slow motion running thru that strip of paper across the finish line and the crowd is standing and cheering. Lol. Keep on NOPE-ing. You are winning. Freedom is yours.