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Had a very long day yesterday, my husband has cirrhosis of the liver and grandson has been diagnosis with developmental dealies. No my husband is not a drinker, but the Dr. thinks that the cirrhosis could come from his diabetes 2 . I did smoke twice yesterday, I felt if I can get thru a day truly full of stress, than the small stuff won't matter, But ALAS I did not and smoke, but regret so much that I went back to be a non-smoker. I having a real tuff time today. With still adjusting to facing these two realities that won't go away, even less when I smoke. N> O> P> E>
That's just it, summer!! We have to learn NOPE even thru the tough times!! I feel that I finally have a successful quit because I got thru the tough stuff and said NOPE!! Who knows, I could relapse tomorrow but I don't WANT to!! I want to keep being successful and KNOW that smoking NEVER helped my nerves or tough situations. Best wishes on your NEW JOURNEY of self discovery!!
candylance 238 days ago
Listen to Candy ( I do). She knows what it takes to be a successful quiter.
Hang in there....You can do this!
KLV 238 days ago
N.O.P.E. no matter what! Your health has become even more important than ever!
Thomas(3-20-2010) 238 days ago
there are no good excuses to smoke.
only bad ones
jonescarp aka dale (1-2007) 238 days ago
too true ony bad excuses to smoke, Sometimes I just want to scream at the top of my lungs. thanks guys
summer 238 days ago