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So today, I smoked. Ugh. I couldn't resist the temptation. There were several people outside of the place I went this morning. And the excuse is "at least it isn't 'x' you know". Will renew my quit tomorrow. Dang this addiction is strong.
I will say this though. I didn't go buy a pack. So I am happy about that. :D
New day, new attempt... will check with you tomorrow...
Just for kicks :) try and see if you can avoid taking another puff rest of the day ... Simple goal, don't think about tomorrow, just no puff today...
Ok - I'm going to do it.
Hi Alex, are you all set to start the quit journey today? Were you able to remain smoke free rest of yesterday?
Terry posted a great article on relapse , worth a read...
Yeah I'm finally ready now. Big sigh...
But I am ready.
I didn't make it thru yesterday. I'm starting right now. 2:38pm ET. 11/19/15. Here we go...
I'm ready for all the crap that comes with smoking cessation. Bring it on.
This is a helpful article. Here's my renewed list of why I want to quit. Or why I did quit and want to stay quit:
1. I want to see my daughter grow.
2. I want to be a good example for my daughter.
3. I want to be at peace.
4. I want to be guilt free.
5. I want to stop worrying about lung cancer.
6. I want my heartburn to stop.
7. I want to meet my grandchildren.
8. I want to stop lying to my husband about this.
9. I want to be healthy.
10. I want to be smoke free.