Hello lovely people,
Just a quick post to inform you all that I've got back to working on my quit smoking book, off & on over the years this has taken me far too long to complete so now I'm back to writing.
Yes I'm still smokefree, of course I'am, there's no way I'd throw away over 9yrs freedom for a poison.
I don't know when I'll finish my book but I'am getting closer every time i work on it, then i go over and re-edit it.. Hahaha
that cuts it back a bit.
Were going swimming so I gotta go get ready..
See you all soon.
Hi all, here I am again trying to quit AGAIN. I am determined this time as I am pregnant (early stages) with my second child and I feel so guilty every time I light a cigarette! I know it’s wrong, and it’s harmful, and I feel very selfish but I am finding it hard to quit. I smoked with my first pregnancy but cut down, and still I feel bad for that. I don’t want to be the mother of 2 who is a smoker and my kids will be watching me. No judgement please. I’d appreciate words of motivation! Also I’m scared of going back to smoking once baby is born (due to stress of 2 kids) and I really really hope I am strong enough for the sake of my children to not let smoking over take me! Thank you.
Its 2am and i've decided i need to quit smoking.
Not only am I tired of forking out so much cash, but Im tired of feeling like im under its control.
Ive been able to kick drinking and party drugs over the years, to which i was very deep in, but I feel quitting smoking will be the hardest challenge yet.
The things that worry me are the weight gain and the irritable moods.
Wish me luck, any tips and tricks would be openly accepted.
I just quit cold turkey January 5th and already am diagnosed with anxiety so you can imagine how intense each withdrawal symptoms feel I’m on day 4 n almost all the major symptoms are gone it’s not impossible it just takes commitment to want to quit I still experience really bad anxiety and become very irritable and feel overall weak I smoked fir 2 years and I’m proud that I made the choice to get off and if you are thinking of getting off which I highly suggest you do don’t quit cold turkey use nicotine gum or patches it will take longer but you will feel so much better your lungs will start repairing themselves you’ll feel like you can breath so much better don’t let a chemical control your life there is always help out there and I believe anyone can do it just focus and commit to it! I also suggest if you have it at your disposal legally, take Xanax it really takes the edge off everything and allows you to forget about cigarettes and do you, please also remind yourself on how much you take because that’s not something you want to get addicted to either I’m no doctor but if use it for 2 weeks then cut it off and put up with the rest of the withdrawal if it lasts that long for you best of luck to everyone if it wasn’t for my friends supporting me I don’t think I would’ve been able to quit.
I have started vaping but it was very harsh to start with now after a week I am use to it , I did sweat in the first week and got huge headache , I thought it might have been the vape juice but no it was the withdraws , also getting a vape I liked cost me around 150 for the set up then you have to learn how to prime a coil , it’s all new but I am liking the vape a lot
Hey everyone , today is the first day of my self quitting smoking last smoke I had was around 8 pm last night and have now started using the habitrol patches and also the gums they are taking my cravings away quick which i am liking so much !! Hope to all of use quitting that we all stay in this together and strive to see beautiful results ! 😊🙌🏻