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Started 8/26/19 by Jan2185; 5529 views.
lindnog

From: lindnog

8/31/19

Hi Debbie, I remember chatting with you when I was on here before, I think we played some word games together lol

It is most definitely a case of getting yourself in the right mindset to quit and stay quit. I think a huge part for me is not using the willpower method as it would make you feel as thought you were missing out on something very precious  

Today is day 3 and I’m feeling okay, I’ve been out in the woods taking my dog out for a walk, breathing in lots of lovely fresh air. I’m going to the hairdressers this afternoon.

Thank you Debbie for your advice and support  

Jan2185

From: Jan2185

8/31/19

Thanks for you for the info... will certainly check it out :)

Glad you enjoyed your walk, such a lovely day for it :) - have a great afternoon

xx sunflower

Brenda (1sept19)

From: Brenda (1sept19)

8/31/19

I agree Lind, I think you have to get past the old thinking of giving up smokes, woe is me, and instead say, " Great, I am getting rid of those terrible, sickening and dreadful sticks of death.  Aren't I lucky ?"  Going to try hard to keep a positive attitude.relaxed

lindnog

From: lindnog

8/31/19

Yes that’s what we need to do :-). I do find that once I’ve finished a job, be it shopping or tidying up, or whatever I would always “reward” myself with a cancerstick treat!! Where as today I have been shopping and bought healthy food and fruit to snack on. I’m back at work on Monday after having 6 weeks summer holidays off, there are no let 2 smokers at work, but I wanted to make sure I had a good few days between me stopping and going g back to work,  as I know one of my smoking friends would try and talk me into coming outside to smoke with them. I feel so much more positive and confident in myself and know that I’m happy to say no thanks I’ve stopped smoking.

In reply toRe: msg 27
MichaelaOana

From: MichaelaOana

9/4/19

I may be the only one who is not from America, UK or Australia. I am from Romania and I must say I love this forum. I feel calm here because no one judge me.

nhquitter

From: nhquitter

9/4/19

New Hampshire USA

Chris free since 12/1/2012

In reply toRe: msg 29

I'm from Toronto Ontario Canada. Coming up to my 6th year smoke free and kicking my own butt at the gym now. 

"Quitting isn't for Sissies!" I quit poisoning myself Sept. 27, 2013

Ssoshwifty22

From: Ssoshwifty22

9/4/19

Wow that's so cheap. California is at $9.75-$10.35 for name brand and maybe you can find some off brands for like $8.00. That's exactly part of the reason why I quit and it will only get higher from here. That's why I remind myself the next cigarette I smoke is worth $10,000, because that's how much I would end up spending if I fail now! Might help someone to see it that way!

I'm near Denver, CO, US

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