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canepazzo
May 29, 2006


Dai Dai Dai!!!!


I quit smoking in March 2008, after roughly 14 years of pack a day (with the last 5 being more 2 packs a day). Cold turkey after 2 days of patches, as they were giving me rashes.

The only advice I can give is that the desire/urge to smoke never really goes away - you just learn to relegate it to background noise, rather than at the front of the mind.

Don't expect to be completely smoke free after 1 month, 6 months or 2 years, the thought will always be there. It will progress from "oh man if I can't smoke now I will die" to "Hmmm a smoke would be nice right about now" to "If this was 2 years ago I would be smoking a cigarette right now".

You will never be a non smoker, but always an ex-smoker. The sooner you come to terms with this, the easier it gets.

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