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If you slip up and smoke do you reset your quit days?

Posted by hope.mcclurkin@gmail.com on December 31, 1969 at 12:04pm in Welcome! Please Introduce Yourself

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I slipped up and smoked while out drinking for a friends birthday.  I slipped up the Saturday before and smoked both times I just smoked two..Im just feeling very guilty and I'm wondering if I need to start my days over with? 

Last updated 528 days ago by hope.mcclurkin@gmail.com

I did when I slipped up. Go back over and reread everything and do the steps. I would also suggest reading Allan Carrs EASYWAY To Quit Smoking. If you Google it or his name, you will find a link to f/l the pdf. If you need help, PM me. Do not beat yourself up! instead look at WHY you slipped up.

lvs2rock 527 days ago

Ya know...it's really up to you. Personally I wish there were no quit meters. I just feel they hold some back from being really honest with themselves. If you're gonna tackle this thing you must be brutally honest with yourself. That means making a sincere commitment & sticking to your guns no matter what. Do all the reading here & jump in to the support with both feet. You will grow as a person & will not recognize yourself from before. Just get busy with your quit.

Keep on keepin on,

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Mike n @lanta 527 days ago

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