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Quit recently also. On day 5 :D
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Yea, another winner. Good to have you on board.
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I made up my mind while laying in bed last night that I would only smoke the remaining cigs that I had and not buy another pack. I actuallly followed through and today instead of the usual camel 99's I bought a box of the 21mg nicotine transdermal patches.......

Good thread, I'll report back with my progress

And a clappa to everyone who is trying

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I made up my mind while laying in bed last night that I would only smoke the remaining cigs that I had and not buy another pack. I actuallly followed through and today instead of the usual camel 99's I bought a box of the 21mg nicotine transdermal patches.......

Good thread, I'll report back with my progress

And a clappa to everyone who is trying

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Hey hey, yes do report back and you can do it friend. Mind over matter.
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It's been 24 hours, couple vivid dreams last night but nothing too out there.

Should have put a patch on at two but Imma see how long till I REALLY start craving and I'll see if I can get past it, if not.....patch on!

Whoever posted the link to Allan Carrs easyway....thanks!
Helped a bunch to really open my eyes

I'm 41 BTW and been smoking since twelve
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CHL2T - 24 hours (more by now) is huge. Congrats.

I too read the Carr (and I'm pretty certain the link was posted a page or so back by "RicRoc" - so many thanks for that, Ric) and it's what prompted me to take the patch off yesterday at 5:00 p.m. And, despite my expectation that the sky would fall and the ship would sink, I'm doing ok. I like the ideas Carr presents and how important perception is. I found myself saying, "damn, I'm a non smoker and it's pretty freakin' amazing," Pretty damn happy about and wish I would have quit 40 years ago.

Grat stuff. Good luck with your next 24, CHL2T, and to all out there. All best. - Mac
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It's been 24 hours, couple vivid dreams last night but nothing too out there.

Should have put a patch on at two but Imma see how long till I REALLY start craving and I'll see if I can get past it, if not.....patch on!

Whoever posted the link to Allan Carrs easyway....thanks!
Helped a bunch to really open my eyes

I'm 41 BTW and been smoking since twelve
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Well it looks like another winner.
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CHL2T - 24 hours (more by now) is huge. Congrats.

I too read the Carr (and I'm pretty certain the link was posted a page or so back by "RicRoc" - so many thanks for that, Ric) and it's what prompted me to take the patch off yesterday at 5:00 p.m. And, despite my expectation that the sky would fall and the ship would sink, I'm doing ok. I like the ideas Carr presents and how important perception is. I found myself saying, "damn, I'm a non smoker and it's pretty freakin' amazing," Pretty damn happy about and wish I would have quit 40 years ago.

Grat stuff. Good luck with your next 24, CHL2T, and to all out there. All best. - Mac
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Thanks Mac for another supporting post.hf
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CHL2T - 24 hours (more by now) is huge. Congrats.

I too read the Carr (and I'm pretty certain the link was posted a page or so back by "RicRoc" - so many thanks for that, Ric) and it's what prompted me to take the patch off yesterday at 5:00 p.m. And, despite my expectation that the sky would fall and the ship would sink, I'm doing ok. I like the ideas Carr presents and how important perception is. I found myself saying, "damn, I'm a non smoker and it's pretty freakin' amazing," Pretty damn happy about and wish I would have quit 40 years ago.

Grat stuff. Good luck with your next 24, CHL2T, and to all out there. All best. - Mac
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Thanks for the encouragement, I too was worried that it would all be over without the patch......

Still don't have it on though and don't really have plans to put it on unless things start to go sideways this evening

And yeah a buziclap to RicRoc for the link
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Quit recently also. On day 5 :D


Me too. Day five.

Using Nico-gum but very rarely.

This time around it's like I just don't fucking care.

I didn't smoke when I was a baby and I don't smoke now.

I don't smoke in my sleep dreams...like, what the fuck?

30 years kissing this bitch and it's all okay.
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Where have my quitters gone? Still quit or fail?
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I’m back and I’m winning. Quit with my wife Thanksgiving night and am 100% nicotine free for coming on 4 days. Turned out it was a great time to quit. Long weekend at home, plenty of leftover food to lessen daily responsibilities. We pretty much puttered around, bitched at each other and the kids, took naps, drank water and cranberry juice, bitched and moaned some more and now here we are. I had both nicorette gum and an e-cig at home; neither of us has touched either one. We don’t want to prolong our withdrawal and that’s exactly what these aids do. We want every last fucking molecule of nicotine metabolized out of our systems. Taking in ANY sort of nicotine at this point puts us straight back to square one; I want no fucking part of going through this past weekend again….EVER. I know the fight will be on-going for a long while but I also know the worse of the pain and misery is over. It’s nice to be over the early stages of life sucking because you cannot smoke and into the stages of identifying the positive aspects of being free.

This really helped me a lot: [link to whyquit.com]
Nice thing about ntap is that each chapter is no more than 2 pages so I could grab my ipad and knock out a couple chapters for support/motivation. An above poster mentioned Alan Carr. I read his easyway book on drinking; I can imagine his smoking book is just as good.

I also downloaded the no smoking ipad app. Nice to see a running tally of how many smokes you have NOT had and how much money you HAVE saved.

Good luck to all in the midst of the fight and to all gearing up to enter the ring. One round at a time….it may not seem so but it is a winnable battle!! I (25 year smoker) am proof as are many others here.
I will be back with updates and to offer support for others.
hf
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Thanks for your whyquit.com link, others are finding it helpful. Hoping you are still smoke free. DF
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On hour 20 without the patch, finding it difficult to concentrate, didn't sleep for shit last night but that is to be expected.

I am doing better than I thought I would be at this point but I'm feeling like I am having mini panic attacks in place of the craving for a cigarette.....strange to say the least.
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CHL2T - I hear you on the fog. There seems to be a haze in front of me and I'm having a tough time concentrating. I also have that "empty" feeling that Carr writes of and, of course, it's more than likely the addiction clamoring to offer the fill via nicotine. I'm taking it an hour at a time and if I begin to flip I'm slapping on a patch or chewing some nic gum.

Yesterday, the nurse at my son's school called to say he was sick and asked that I come to pick him up (he was a little stuffed-up, but if you sneeze at his school they break-out the hazmat suits; real pc drama knuckleheads). The school is in the 70s on the Westside and we live in the 230s off of Broadway so I was facing a drive down the Westside Hwy on a Friday (if hell has concrete, it's either the Westside Hwy or the Deegan). Remarkably, driving without the smokes was easy and I felt like I was on the other side of putting the cigs down. Today, with no obligations, I find myself with that uncomfortable "empty" feeling. I guess I'm too much in my head and the old "move a muscle change a thought" rule applies. Think I'll go for a walk and burn some angst off.

I'm pulling for you CHL. Eyes on the prize and all that stuff. The urge will pass whether we smoke or not so we'd be crazy to smoke. Best to you. - Mac
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Thanks Mac, you too keep up the hard work....


It has officially been over 24 hours since the one and only patch came off and I am doing rather well I think....

The feeling of hunger that they say accompanies withdrawal is moot for me as I starve myself regularly and I have no idea how to eat.

Feelings of anxiety are easily attributed to smoking weed so that symptom is also allayed....

I am feeling a little tired as well but again nothing that is out of the ordinary.....

The only noticable symptom is the fast moving emotional rollercoaster that I am on.

Learning to not smoke is actually very easy once I realized that doing them without smoking is more enjoyable than when I was.

I am really confident that I am going to make it
Thanks for the support, it really means a lot :)
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Great job guys!

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Quit recently also. On day 5 :D


Me too. Day five.

Using Nico-gum but very rarely.

This time around it's like I just don't fucking care.

I didn't smoke when I was a baby and I don't smoke now.

I don't smoke in my sleep dreams...like, what the fuck?

30 years kissing this bitch and it's all okay.
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Keep it up! And the right mindset really helps
Good on you, if you were registered I would give you some soupport karma
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He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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You are all doing great, don't stop. DF
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Thanks DF........
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I'm so miserable on day one that I actually posted a new thread instead of replying to this one... my brain is not working... my fingers are swollen... my eyes are tiny tired scratchy and i'm going to bed now... sleep has got to be better than suffering all these withdrawal miseries...
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I'm so miserable on day one that I actually posted a new thread instead of replying to this one... my brain is not working... my fingers are swollen... my eyes are tiny tired scratchy and i'm going to bed now... sleep has got to be better than suffering all these withdrawal miseries...
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Hang in there!
You can do it,

25+ year heavy smoker and I felt that I would never be able to cope with the withdrawals but I am here to tell you that it WILL GET EASIER! and before you know it you will be over the pangs.

Keep posting back, it really helps to write out waht you're feeling and the suppport you get from participating members is great

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I quit in Jan 1979. 5aclappacatdance
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I smoked for 15 years been smoke free 5 months. Ecig helped me. You can do it!
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Heavy smoker for over 30years stopping tomorrow and doing it cold turkey
Don't want to replace one nicotine with another being diagnosed with vascular disease at 42 should be the motivation I need
Wish me luck :)
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Heavy smoker for over 30years stopping tomorrow and doing it cold turkey
Don't want to replace one nicotine with another being diagnosed with vascular disease at 42 should be the motivation I need
Wish me luck :)
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Please may you succeed in this quitting. It sounds like it is life or death for you as it is for all smokers. Best of luck to you. DF
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I'm so miserable on day one that I actually posted a new thread instead of replying to this one... my brain is not working... my fingers are swollen... my eyes are tiny tired scratchy and i'm going to bed now... sleep has got to be better than suffering all these withdrawal miseries...
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It can be beat, will power is you friend the first few days. hf DF
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Slept for a couple of hours. Then bright idea me remembers a leftover butt in the car ashtray. Out I go... So that's just made it all worse...
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CHL how goes the good fight today? Hope this finds you well with the thought of a cig receding and getting smaller as the clean hours take us from the slavery to the bigger thoughts of health and abundant life.

Grumpy, I hear you on fiending and grabbing the clip from the car ashtray. That shit will talk to you. No shame in that. If you want to quit, you'll do it. You've come to the right place and we're pulling for you. I've been drinking cranberry juice for the last week and use it (swish around in my mouth) to curb the urges and it seems to help when it gets bad. That said, time makes the urges come less and less and when they do come they don't pack that maddening punch that would have me scrambing and fiending for a smoke. Good luck with it and stick close to this thread (DesFox, the OP of this great thread comes back daily and CHL and I have been posting since starting our run to freedom). You can have some pals walk through it with you.

Anon UK, pulling for you and your start date tomorrow. I did the same thing last week. Sunday I smoked like a chimney and woke-up Monday as day-one clean. Like you, smoked many years (40 to be precise and two packs a day for the last few years) and just knew it was time. If I can make one suggestion, start tomorrow with no expectations as to what kicking is going to be like. I thought I'd be confessing to the Lindberg kidnapping or Jimmy Hoffa's whereabouts, but it hasn't been as terrible as I anticipated. That's not to say there haven't been some dodgey moments, but it certainly hasn't been as horriffic as I thought it would be and it sure as hell is better than chemo or walking around with one of those oxygen things. The nice thing is you don't have to do it alone and we can all ride it out together.

Thanks to all for being here (and, again, DesFox, for starting this thread - it's a homerun and it's helped me immensely). Together we can do what we can't do alone. Grateful to you all - Mac
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Doing great today and thanks for asking Mac :)

I talked with one of my renters today and he is so impressed with my progress that he is contemplating quitting as well, if I can get the whole house smoke free then that would be something...


Good luck to all the new quitters, we are here for you!!
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i tried the patch and then I tried chantix. i had some f'ed up dreams. I enjoyed most of them tho until the last one which was about 2 weeks ago. Man, now I know why people dont like nightmares. it was horrible.

anyways, I have got myself down to 4 smokes a day and should be smoke free by Friday with no withdrawl symptoms.

I like this thread and have personal pinned it. i like everyones encouragement and will need it. life is pretty stessful right now, all the more reason to want to smoke. New boss, kid in hospital, broke, etc. you know the drill.

I quit in 2003 when I got a jaw bone infection after getting my wisdom teeth removed @ 30. easiest way to quit but a horrible pain in the ass infection.

I started back in 2010 when by BFF died of breast cancer @ 39. had a smoke @ her funeral and have been going strong ever since. Funny thing is that when she knew she was dying she would occasionally have a glass of wine and a smoke and I rode her ass about it.

I hope she hears me when I say, 'Yes, I am an asshole.'

anyways, will be on here daily and will seek and provide encouragement. Now if I can only get my husband on board...
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i tried the patch and then I tried chantix. i had some f'ed up dreams. I enjoyed most of them tho until the last one which was about 2 weeks ago. Man, now I know why people dont like nightmares. it was horrible.

anyways, I have got myself down to 4 smokes a day and should be smoke free by Friday with no withdrawl symptoms.

I like this thread and have personal pinned it. i like everyones encouragement and will need it. life is pretty stessful right now, all the more reason to want to smoke. New boss, kid in hospital, broke, etc. you know the drill.

I quit in 2003 when I got a jaw bone infection after getting my wisdom teeth removed @ 30. easiest way to quit but a horrible pain in the ass infection.

I started back in 2010 when by BFF died of breast cancer @ 39. had a smoke @ her funeral and have been going strong ever since. Funny thing is that when she knew she was dying she would occasionally have a glass of wine and a smoke and I rode her ass about it.

I hope she hears me when I say, 'Yes, I am an asshole.'

anyways, will be on here daily and will seek and provide encouragement. Now if I can only get my husband on board...
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