Tbh I quit smoking for about 2 weeks but then I just gave up. I felt bad and couldn’t bare to come back on this page because idk I felt like a failure. I was so disappointed in myself for smoking again that I continued doing this for a few months trying to ignore my number one goal. But now I have finally come to my senses that ‘YES I DO WANT TO QUIT, and it’s never too late!’ This is me starting my journey again. Blogging really helps motivate me and I feel as if I am not alone on this journey. I’m wishing everyone including myself the best with their journey. I can’t wait to bring a new positive change in my life!!!

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    nanaturtle said:
    13 February 2020

    No condemning will be done here
    No failure either-just a stepping stone, learning curve.
    This is YOUR quit believe,
    You go get it👍
    ODAAT
    Stay Strong 🙂

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    Blondene said:
    13 February 2020

    In the beginning their can be a pattern of stop starting quits...don't let this discourage you it takes time to adjust to living SMOKEFREE...believe in yourself and you WILL break free...here to support you 😊

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    believe said:
    14 February 2020

    Thanks guys really appreciate the support.

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    nanaturtle said:
    14 February 2020

    Stay Strong 🙂