* cold turkey?
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Going on 2 weeks‚ technically 3 in my head. I am seeing significant changes in my skin‚ hair‚ and lungs. My skin isn't falling off dry and itchy! My lungs are clear‚ and my hair is fuller. When I go to work‚ I actually get something done. I can talk to clients and hug my grand boys without smelling like an ashtray. Gross!Hillary*
Anyone who HASN'T sat down and done "the 5 W's" worksheet really should. It's been an amazing trip for me! I did not have any confidence in myself that I could put down those nasty things. Somehow‚ someway I did. Thanks Dave "the quitter" Ross [I Finally Quit]!
Today I had my first official non-smoking field trip for work!! It felt outstanding to enjoy all the sights and sounds and especially the fresh fall air. Typically what I used to do is look for places to hide and smoke. I love having my freedom back!! I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off me.Jennifer*
...I smoked for over half of my life and I'm 41. I think for the first time in a long time‚ I'm truly proud of myself! I love being on this new journey of better health #ifinallyquit #cigarettessuck #igotthis
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I have been reading through all the material again. The 8 steps. I have written down my 5 W's and my own personal letter as to why I want to quit. I have been smoking for 35 years. I try so hard to take care of myself, I workout 4 - 5 times a week try to eat healthy but yet I can't seem to let go of this one nasty habit.Lesley*
All I think about anymore is being smoke-free and reading all the messages on here (which I have been doing for a few months now) and seeing all the support and commitment of everyone is sooo inspiring to me.
I feel that I may need an extra boost for a while to help get over the first hump.
*Individual results may vary.