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December 13, 2013 by Smorgy (quit forever on 8-5-13)
I knew I wanted to quit. But I knew I had tried several times and failed and didn’t want that to happen again. So, I re-found this site (had come here before but wasn’t ready to commit). “This time---this time I’ll do it right” is what I told myself. So, I listened to what the people who had some time said in their blogs. I listened to those that sounded confident (NOT COCKY) and followed their... Read full postComments (17)
December 20, 2013 by Rcompaine
This has been a year of big change for me and my family. Some of it was welcome and joyous and other changes were heart-wrenching and devastating.
While my husband and I celebrated moving into our new home, we were also sharing what were to be our last months with a close family member. In fact, it was my sister who passed away at 59 years old, the day before her daughter's, my niece's wedding. The range of emotion, the vast swings from one extreme of the emotional... Read full postComments (10)
December 21, 2013 by stonecipher
Anytime is a great time to quit, but it seems a lot of people decide to start the New Year out as a nonsmoker. That's great but I hope you will use the next couple of weeks to get ready.
Start now to read and educate yourself. Here are 2 links that many of us here found useful. And of course, read the blogs. It is wonderful what this community can do to get behind you and support you. Other members will hopefully add their advice and other... Read full postComments (6)
December 26, 2013 by EX Admin
Three things to re-learn when you quit smoking
If you've started thinking about your 2014 resolutions, or ways you'd like to change for the better in the coming year, you're not alone. And quitting smoking is often topping lists. But this new year’s, don’t make a resolution to quit smoking make a plan. The EX Plan is based on scientific research and practical advice from ex-smokers. It isn’t just about quitting smoking. It’s about “re-learning... Read full postComments (28)
February 11, 2014 by EX Admin
Too often, smokers are looked at as people who simply can't kick their "nasty habit." That's dead wrong. You know it and we know it. Smoking is an addiction.
When smokers have support from their loved ones, they have a better chance of quitting -- however many times it takes them to do it for good. Help us spread the love this Valentine's Day by sharing this video with the hashtag #LoveYourQuitter.Comments (4)