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For all new June Ex-smoker's...Here's a list that ModJenn put together of things to do when cravings come on.
Looks like I'm the only juner?
Me too - for about the 5th time so far this year.
Determined this time round
I don't think you are the only 'Juner' but so far the first to stop by the June Ex Smoker thread. If I had a door prize you would be the winner:)
Welcome back. What's your quit date Tiny?
Hi there ReQuitNo2,
So glad you are determined. It doesn't matter how many times you fail, you keep at it and that's the important thing.
I quit for 5 days and had one this morning. So back I go, today is a new day, with a fresh start. I'm using nrt, so that seems to help.
Any day we don't smoke is a good day. Your lungs thank you for 5 days straight. That's a lot of cigs not smoked and chemicals not ingested.
Keep trying. Freedom from the need to smoke is worth it all.
I totally agree with that article. The pros and cons are right on point. It's easy to slip into the hopelessness that feels like you'll never be able to quit. I've been there and it sucks. I'm going to have to read more articles on this site about quitting. I think information is key.