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October 1, 2014 by mikecity
My quit clock is at 1142 days.
What day is it? It's hump day!! Happy Wednesday!! I hope everybody's week has been a good smoke-free one. Mine is going good. Yesterday was a slow day in receiving. I was helping out in shipping half the day. I was just on the balcony deep breathing. Everything looked wet from rain. Still I could see 4 stars in the night sky. There... Read full postComments (0)
October 1, 2014 by zackie09 (5.12.14)
Hello all, it's been a while since I have posted. Today was day 141 of freedom, The adjustment to my counselor as I last had reported is going pretty good. Depression still is there more than not. But I haven't even enhaled one puff. Nor have I wanted one, I am still unfortunately living with my father and I haven't heard anything from my Lawyer nor Disabillity Determination Services.
The other night my brother called us and my parents told me to take it the whole thing. I... Read full post
October 1, 2014 by gayvenda
Hello guys! I'm celebrating 76 days of freedom from smoking cigs! Life has just been incredibly busy the past few weeks.It's still been amazing to me that I have so much time to do the things that I really love. I have been on several out of town trips with friends who smoke again and have recoiled from their smoking as if it were a hot flame. LOL I didn't realize I was making a pun! I'm getting ready to do those 5 paintings for this buildings 5... Read full postComments (0)
October 1, 2014 by Phatfossil
So far so good, I've taking a liking to salty thing like salty liquorice and trying not to over due it as I'm aware of the weight issues that goes with stopping smoking
I am having the most vivid dreams I've experienced in a very long time and at 3am the neighbours kid came knocking on my door Mommy! I almost died. She was sleep walking thinking that her mom was visiting me. Cigarettes was the farthest thing from my mind at that moment in time as I was ready to do battle... Read full postComments (2)
September 30, 2014 by Thomas(3-20-2010)
Most U.S. Smokers Want to Quit, Have Tried Multiple Times
Former smokers say best way to quit is just to stop "cold turkey"
by Frank Newport
PRINCETON, NJ -- Most current smokers in the U.S. would like to give up smoking. Perhaps as a testimony to their desire to quit, 85% of smokers say they have in fact tried to quit at least once in their lifetime, including 45% who have tried at least three times.
These data are from Gallup's annual Consumption... Read full postComments (1)