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Lyer
Feb 4, 2008



Comfy sponk posted:


Your Quit Date is: Saturday, January 03, 2009 at 10:00:00 AM


I quit on the 3rd of last January too.

Good luck to those who are going to embark down this road. The first three days are rough; the next three weeks are even rougher, but then one day as you're lying in bed, you'll realize you haven't thought about smoking once and that's a great feeling. I'm not going to lie and say I don't ever think about smoking again, I still do, but the craving isn't nearly as strong.

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Lyer
Feb 4, 2008



Lyer posted:

I quit on the 3rd of last January too.

Good luck to those who are going to embark down this road. The first three days are rough; the next three weeks are even rougher, but then one day as you're lying in bed, you'll realize you haven't thought about smoking once and that's a great feeling. I'm not going to lie and say I don't ever think about smoking again, I still do, but the craving isn't nearly as strong.

Quoting from the 2nd page, 1 year and 5 months ago. It gets easier with time, for a while you'll miss it whenever you smell smoke, but eventually the smell won't trigger any cravings or desire. I'll see people smoke, I've been out to bars and had a few drinks, but after such a long time without having one, I don't have that urge anymore. It feels like a different life when I did used to smoke. For those of you who are feeling like it's a never ending battle of willpower, eventually there will come a time where it gets easy. Hang in there!

Lyer
Feb 4, 2008



Lyer posted:

I quit on the 3rd of last January too.

Good luck to those who are going to embark down this road. The first three days are rough; the next three weeks are even rougher, but then one day as you're lying in bed, you'll realize you haven't thought about smoking once and that's a great feeling. I'm not going to lie and say I don't ever think about smoking again, I still do, but the craving isn't nearly as strong.

Quoting myself from the drat near 4 years ago, but it does get A LOT better. I honestly don't think about smoking anymore and when I see people smoking in front of me or when I smell smoke, I don't even get urges. Sometimes I even forget that I used to smoke. It honestly felt like a different life from when I smoked and I feel so much better (working out helps a ton too!). So keep at it, you won't be craving a cigarette forever and you won't always feel like poo poo.

I still shitpost on the forums, but there's no cure for that.

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