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Thread: Quitting smoking tomorrow!

  1. #11
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    May 2012
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    Hiya! I quit nearly 2 years ago and have never looked back... it was one of the best decisions I've ever made.
    You should find proper support though because it's tough on your own, I highly recommend the 'No Smoking Day Forum' - if you type it into google it's the first link to come up (it's a UK one). I couldn't have done it without the support there, the people were amazing and it's great to progress with them.
    Good luck

  2. #12
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    Jun 2012
    Good luck! How is it going?

  3. #13
    12 and a half hours without any nicotine, so far so good!

  4. #14
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    Jan 2010
    Olathe, KS
    I wish you good luck with that. Sooner or later you'll realize that smoking stinks and is pointless. I wish my girlfriend would join you in quitting.

  5. #15
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    May 2012
    The hardest thing for me 30 years ago was wondering what I do without all the "things" I used to do when I smoked. Coffee, beer, break at work. Hint - you can still do all those things!! It's a mental game too. Good luck with it. You'll be glad you did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronstar View Post
    12 and a half hours without any nicotine, so far so good!
    Well done. Have a little mental talk with "Future You" who comes back in time to thank you for the long healthy life and all the good things in it like watching your grandkids grow up and being able to keep up with them.

    Stay strong. If you need a butt kicking, you know you can always count on us

  7. #17
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    Jun 2012
    Atlanta, GA
    Great job! just take it an hour at a time
    Starting weight: 206 lbs in June 2012
    Goal weight: 135 lbs
    Current weight: 187bs Feb 9th, 2013

    The funny thing about getting on and off the wagon for me is, I either dive on or dive off. There is no nice and easy. All or nothing.

  8. #18
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    Aug 2010
    Good luck! Quitting smoking is like playing chess against the worst, weakest, sneakiest part of your nature. You have to stay several moves ahead in order to win, but you'll get there!

  9. #19
    Well I had one with the wife when I got home. Along with a delicious cup of coffee. Not really a craving thing, more like a relaxing reward after a days's work. May or may not have one more this evening. After that I won't have any more. Thanks for all the encouragement and tips! Deep breaths through pursed lips definitely helped!

  10. #20
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    [QUOTE=Ronstar;872472 Not really a craving thing, more like a relaxing reward after a days's work. [/QUOTE]

    Ok, well it is not a reward. It is a sneaky villain pretending to be a reward. . . pretending to be your friend. Don't fall for it. You had a cig because your addiction made you, but you need to not let it outsmart you again.

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