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March 2021 New Ex-Smokers - Start Here   Quit Buddies Unite

Started Feb-28 by Terry (abquitsmking); 38282 views.
oxanquits

From: oxanquits

Mar-19

Day 8 now. YES, 1 week completed. It's way easier now, but the cravings are unexpected. I feel nothing most of the time and then it hits me, like trying what could work :) Anyway, it's the longest I've been without cigs this year, won't stop heresparkles 

Happy for you keeping your quit too, congrats!

  • Edited March 19, 2021 9:52 am  by  oxanquits
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BlueDahlia29

From: BlueDahlia29

Mar-19

Hi everyone. I had quit smoking for 2 years 4 mos and 19 day ( but who's counting right) and last Friday I smoked and also smoked on Weds, Thursday, and 2 this morning. I can see myself becoming addicted again and want to stop right now, I don't want this in my life was way to good without it. I hope you all don't mind me joining you in the March quitters thread, need the support and will give it back too. Wishing all of you success on your journey at whatever stage your at.

Blue

BlueDahlia29

From: BlueDahlia29

Mar-19

Hi Mercy. Don't know if you remember me we were quitters together in another monthly group a couple years ago. I recently had a relapse, after over 2 years smoke free, and am coming back here before it gets too out of control. Anyway great to see a familiar face, wish you luck and success with your journey.

Blue

oxanquits

From: oxanquits

Mar-19

Don't blame yourself for not doing it right before. Keep quitting until you quit. This happened to me too, but as I can see here it happens to many of us (and there is one main reason/chemical behind it). You can make it stick this time! Educate yourself, use this forum and do whatever it takes to get through those first days. Time will make it easier, I hope ( I am early in the quit so I don't know for sure grinning)

Mercy (mercy164)

From: Mercy (mercy164)

Mar-19

Blue!!

How could I not remember you. You were one person I was really hoping to see. I am glad you found me. I haven't been able to post to much because I have covid. Thankfully,  it isn't deadly but it is pretty bad.

How are you? How long have you quit for now? How is life? 

Let's get caught up. 

Mercy

Mercy (mercy164)

From: Mercy (mercy164)

Mar-19

I relapsed after 10 years smoke free. Glad your back.  Sorry for the two letter post. : )

BlueDahlia29

From: BlueDahlia29

Mar-19

Hi Mercy!!! Sorry to hear you have covid that's awful. Been fortunate, as far as I know haven't gotten it, thought I had it last year but tested negative. Sister in law and my husbands co worker actually passed away from it and a friend of ours is in the hospital with it right now. Not something to mess with, if you feel you need to go to the hospital don't hesitate.  I had been quit well over 2 years then last Friday smoked and smoked the last 3 days, not like a whole pack but I don't want to be smoking any. Came here in hopes to get my quit back on track, needed some support. How are you doing with your quit?

BlueDahlia29

From: BlueDahlia29

Mar-19

That's rough. Did you have some stressors in your life at the time? For me I started thinking about it about 2 weeks before I actually smoked. Didn't help we were watching the series Breaking Bad and many of the characters smoked on the show.

Anne2020

From: Anne2020

Mar-19

oh my gosh - 10 yrs!  What made you decide to smoke again?  Did you think it would be just one?

Anne2020

From: Anne2020

Mar-19

I too find triggers from the movies and tv programs.  

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