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Neeranam

Just Stubbed My Last Ever Cigarette

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We'll done for stopping..

Honestly in Years to come you will be glad you did..

Keep going, as you said, it's getting easier...

All the best

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Congrats to everybody trying. I did so many times in my life "my last sub" (the longest withdrawal period 3 years) but still don't give up smile.png

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Just wanted to say that I've had no nicotine in an form for very nearly 1 year and I though a cig would be nice today after my dinner but that really is the first thought I've had for months - well worth going through the withdrawals.

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I'm now at four months without a smoke, yet, I crave one every single day. Bloody evil stuff.

Wow,

how much/many years did you smoke? Wish you all the best!

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I'm now at four months without a smoke, yet, I crave one every single day. Bloody evil stuff.

Wow,

how much/many years did you smoke? Wish you all the best!

Started at 14 years old. Quit at 56.

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You can do it! i'm nearly on 2 years now and I have still not cracked,came close once or twice though. Whichever method of packing up is not so important,it's a question of what suits you,it's not the first time I have tried to give up,this time is different,I know this is my last chance, just like an alchoholic, I can never have that one cigarette.

Believe me my willpower, is not great,and if I can do it,so can you! the two year Anniverary of quitting,is not too far off,so I hope you will still be joining me.

Good Luck, and remember that one will set you back on the slippery slope to a premature death,.....................it's one too many!

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You can do it! i'm nearly on 2 years now and I have still not cracked,came close once or twice though. Whichever method of packing up is not so important,it's a question of what suits you,it's not the first time I have tried to give up,this time is different,I know this is my last chance, just like an alchoholic, I can never have that one cigarette.

Believe me my willpower, is not great,and if I can do it,so can you! the two year Anniverary of quitting,is not too far off,so I hope you will still be joining me.

Good Luck, and remember that one will set you back on the slippery slope to a premature death,.....................it's one too many!

Hey Majic I wanted to smoke everyday for the first two years I quit and at times I was on my knees howling. I got through it somehow without smoking. It's about 10 years now, to be honest I can't actually recall my anniversary. Anyhow one day after about two years the madness left me. I became aware that I wan't craving or thinking what a good idea it would be to have a smoke, just one. So stick with it and keep doing the basics - it's the first one that does the damage, ones too many and twenty is not enough…….

Keep strong!

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I'm now at four months without a smoke, yet, I crave one every single day. Bloody evil stuff.

Wow,

how much/many years did you smoke? Wish you all the best!

Started at 14 years old. Quit at 56.

I see, 42 years, that's a long time. Myself was a heavy smoker from 14 till 28, stopped after realising that i smoked the half time of my live. Start doing an exercise routine helped alot.

It looks like it gets harder to stop, as longer you feed the habit.

After the initial withdrawal i had no cravings at all. Know a few longtime smokers who also had trouble for the first 1-2 years, quite a lot of them relapsed, even after stopping for a few years (Brother was a nonsmoker for over 5 years...).

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1 year free !!biggrin.png !!

And it feels good. Sometimes I think a cig. would be nice but I immediately remember that is sucks being addicted and i feel so much more relaxed with NO nicotine addiction.

It doesn't help you relax.

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3rd day and I feeling like killing my children who woke me up early and other crap.

My wife is not speaking to me as yesterday my car broke down due to 'my' neglect. But what a bitch, especially when I warned her I was in no mood for any mind games. Hell, she even blamed me for her father getting drunk and falling off his motorbike. It is quite good in a way but the party will be interesting.

It will pass, 'THE ONLY WAY OUT IS THROUGH'.

I know your message is from two years ago, but just wondered how you are doing with the "smoke free" regimen... Hope you've been successful. Sounds like you had a tough time the first few days :)

I have just been diagnosed with COPD and have to quit, I've set my date as Monday the 18th, any suggestions? My first impulse is to buy 3 bottles of the hard stuff and stay drunk for 3 days!

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2 years for me and never had any real urge.

 

How about you Neeranam?

 

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Well I started again by having a cigar at new year, then the next week, the cigarillos, then cigs. Today I had none, can't sleep, but that never killed anyone. 

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6 days free!

I forgot that feeling of freedom that being a non smoker gives.

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