Mar 29 2020
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Maintenance factor

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To maintain our change know it yourself, take control of your life yourself , be in control of yourself not your contacts being accountable of who you are when your efforts change , knowing sometimes your alone and no one else can help can also benefit your needs, sometimes facing annoyance helps you make a difference.

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Mar 29 2020
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Empowerment

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Is making choices that will help you be all that you want to be empowerment is standing on your own two feet find yourself to help yourself move on move forward. Taking really good care of yourself and your wellbeing. Quit is a case of recovery innovation, innovate your illness to help yourself get going.

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Mar 28 2020
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I will be who I always will be

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Anyone know any good quitters food? Is that even a thing or is it just from the fast n furious??

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Mar 28 2020
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Finished

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Anyone want to pass on some major no no's of the first stages of quitting smoking? What absolutely is a trigger? How hard is it really? Have I really been missing a huge point all my life? Was it emotional for you realizing and accepting that you were hurting yourself for so long???

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Mar 20 2020
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Mentally preparing

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I realize how long I have been lying to myself, telling myself that this habit is not affecting my health. I am 50 and feeling unhealthy, unfit, sounding like a chesty smoker. I am desperate to be free

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Feb 20 2020
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day 1

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this last week hasn't gone so well. my husband is very supportive but he also smokes which is hard in the evenings because I know he has them and end up smoking some of his. brought my own packet tried hiding them to have 1 now and then but he found them and took them off me so that was a waste of money. the lozenges taste gross but I think they do help alittle bit. the hardest times are in the evening winding down from the day I feel like a smoke and my breaks at work. I get headaches and cant sleep at night if I haven't had a smoke all day. it is hard. but I have to start again. I spend all my money for smokes on a trampoline for the kids that that should give me a incentive to not smoke and because I cant afford it.

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Feb 11 2020
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37 days smokefree

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So happy with with my result so far but is anyone having trouble sleeping? Waking through the night any tips

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Jan 30 2020
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Starting today

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Started smoking at 13, almost two decades of a pointless, filthy, money pit of a habit. Really noticed the effects as of late, singing used to be effortless and now I struggle to stay in key. I was asked to sing my brother and fiancee down the aisle, so I'm going to use this an added incentive to finally quit! Looking forward to being Auahi kore. Really appreciate your tautoko.

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Jan 17 2020
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Dreams

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Day 5 of none smoking past few nights have been restless finding it hard to sleep, and my dreams are a lot more vivid, from me dreaming about smoking to me dreaming about ww1 and what not, also my sense of smell is getting a lot better. The four D steps are helping me alot

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Dec 16 2019
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122 days

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Craving is less, weight increase and lack of sleep (HUH what's that).

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