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Hiya,


quit smoking on new years day..i know classicrockon
but i thought about that step much longer.

At the moment i feel very good do a lot of sports (did that before too) helps me a lot if my demons come back^^
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Great, glad to have another determined quitter in the house, consider yourself family now. hf DF
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Anon 738 - Yeah, that sadness/depressed cloud came and tried to blanket a lot of us here. For me, it was just another ploy of the addiction to get me to pick-up a smoke and fill the "emptiness." It passed for me and I ask that you take it an hour at a time and keep moving forward. That said, please know you're not alone.

Grumps, I hear you. I've spent a lifetime making sure my brothers kept dodging bullets and the street and now, as a father, ensuring my kids are always loved, considered, and safe. And while I do much to facilitate my physical (quitting smoking being one of the largest), emotional and spiritual well-being on a daily basis, it doesn't come naturally to me. I was never taught how to do it, didn't see it modeled, and there's a seeming block to the intuitive process we all possess. I think what you wrote is so true, Grumpy. It's time for us to take care of ourselves. To cherish the gift of life within us. To recognize the magnificence that is ever-present and closer than the breath in our nostrils. I know we're worth it. And you proved it yesterday by not smoking. Good for you.

Thanks, as always, for the vital link, CHL.
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Thanks!! I'm taking your advice and taking it one hour at a time. I'm determined to get through this. hf
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I know, without a doubt, if you want it you will do it, Cat.

Keep us posted and we'll all go down the road together.
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I know, without a doubt, if you want it you will do it, Cat.

Keep us posted and we'll all go down the road together.
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Thanks for being here! I find myself looking at this thread multiple times a day and people like you are really helping me get through this. Today is only my day 6 but I smoked for 18 years a pack a day and 6 days is HUGE for me. I've never tried to quit before and everyday has been a challenge but this thread really makes it a little easier for me. Thanks!!hf
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Same on this end, Cat. I jumped on this thread about 30 pages back and haven't looked back. It's been a comfort to read other like-minded people going through the same thing as they put down the smokes. It helps me immensely now and especially so during the first few weeks. I'd check/read the thread no less than five to eight times a day just for the encouragement and sense of community (and it broke the isolation; another twist of the addiction wherein the smokes speak to me... "well, you made it this far, you can do it again, so have a smoke" or "If you smoke just one, who would know?" ....cunning and insidious calls of the long ignoble suicide of smoking).

18 years is a long time to smoke. It becomes a part of you. It was all-consuming for me. But weighed against six days, it's but a wisp of smoke.

Six days clean is much larger than 18 years smoking. You broke through to the other side and pulled the curtain back. You chose to be what you truly are; a person who doesn't smoke. If you weren't committed to putting those toxic sticks of poison down, you wouldn't have found this thread (a pal and I were saying on this thread ..."Who would have even considered looking at a quit smoking thread a year ago?" Not us!). But we were ready. And I believe you are ready. You're here, Cat. It's your time. The urge to smoke will pass whether you smoke or not. So why smoke. A whole world of health and freedom are yours now. Six days without the smokes is so much larger, stronger, and truer than 18 years of the drudgery and mere repetition of smoking.

Six days is a mountain. Congratulations on your new freedom.
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Yeah so I want a cigarette so bad that I'm about to mug the next person I see.
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Still no smoke since Christmas! Very very hard but I don't miss the wheezing.
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Still no smoke since Christmas! Very very hard but I don't miss the wheezing.
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hf

i think its around 12 days or so for me. i'm losing count.
wanted to smoke pretty bad today. but i haven't so far. i think i can manage these annoying back to back cravings.
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wow

All these new quitters are really an inspiration so you all get a well used

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My wife is around two weeks and is having the almost uncontrollable urge to smoke. I help her through by assuring her that she doesn't need to and that it is just the big monster trying to break her willpower.
I also tell her that even at a month+, I too have irregular urges to smoke.

Remember people......
The real reward is not smoking and not the other way around

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Congrats!!!
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Hiya,


quit smoking on new years day..i know classicrockon
but i thought about that step much longer.

At the moment i feel very good do a lot of sports (did that before too) helps me a lot if my demons come back^^
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Congrats, IWTB!!!

kiss
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15.banana2
 Quoting: Dangerwalt


Congrats!!!
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Thanks honey.hfhfhf
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What is it about that two week mark that the cravings almost get the better of us? Keep yer wife there on the straight and narrow CHL!! :)

Can you feel your cilia growing everybody? Here's a reminder of what we're doing when we quit:

20 MINUTES

* Blood pressure drops to normal
* Pulse rate drops to normal
* Body temperature of hands and feet increases to normal

8 HOURS

* Carbon monoxide level in blood drops to normal
* Oxygen level in blood increases to normal

24 HOURS

* Chance of heart attack decreases

48 HOURS

* Nerve endings start regrowing
* Ability to smell and taste is enhanced

2 WEEKS TO 3 MONTHS

* Circulation improves
* Walking becomes easier
* Lung function increases up to 30 percent

1 TO 9 MONTHS

* Coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue, and shortness of breath decrease
* Cilia regrow in lungs, increasing their ability to handle mucus, clean the lungs, and reduce infection
* Body's overall energy increases

1 YEAR

* Excess risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker

5 YEARS

* Lung cancer death rate for an average former smoker (one pack a day) decreases by almost half
* Stroke risk is reduced to that of a non-smoker five to 15 years after quitting
* Risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, and esophagus is half that of a smoker's

10 YEARS

* Lung cancer death rate is similar to that of a non-smoker
* Precancerous cells are replaced
* Risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney, cervix, and pancreas decreases

15 YEARS

* Risk of coronary heart disease is that of a non-smoker
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Actually... if i could feel my cilia growing it would creep me the hell out... and no Baroness, you cannot just willynilly go mug somebody for a cigarette. They would catch you. All they'd have to do is follow the trail of smoke and there you'd be...

Quitting smoking is a freakin' liberation and not a punishment, she said, as much for herself and everybody else.

Stay strong all! :)
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Same on this end, Cat. I jumped on this thread about 30 pages back and haven't looked back. It's been a comfort to read other like-minded people going through the same thing as they put down the smokes. It helps me immensely now and especially so during the first few weeks. I'd check/read the thread no less than five to eight times a day just for the encouragement and sense of community (and it broke the isolation; another twist of the addiction wherein the smokes speak to me... "well, you made it this far, you can do it again, so have a smoke" or "If you smoke just one, who would know?" ....cunning and insidious calls of the long ignoble suicide of smoking).

18 years is a long time to smoke. It becomes a part of you. It was all-consuming for me. But weighed against six days, it's but a wisp of smoke.

Six days clean is much larger than 18 years smoking. You broke through to the other side and pulled the curtain back. You chose to be what you truly are; a person who doesn't smoke. If you weren't committed to putting those toxic sticks of poison down, you wouldn't have found this thread (a pal and I were saying on this thread ..."Who would have even considered looking at a quit smoking thread a year ago?" Not us!). But we were ready. And I believe you are ready. You're here, Cat. It's your time. The urge to smoke will pass whether you smoke or not. So why smoke. A whole world of health and freedom are yours now. Six days without the smokes is so much larger, stronger, and truer than 18 years of the drudgery and mere repetition of smoking.

Six days is a mountain. Congratulations on your new freedom.
 Quoting: BxMac


Thank you! This means the world to me right now...Thanks for taking your time to respond back with such encouraging words. I truly appreciate it hf Looking forward to tomorrow now..tomorrow I'll be a non smoker for 7 days!
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Congrats hf
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Actually... if i could feel my cilia growing it would creep me the hell out... and no Baroness, you cannot just willynilly go mug somebody for a cigarette. They would catch you. All they'd have to do is follow the trail of smoke and there you'd be...

Quitting smoking is a freakin' liberation and not a punishment, she said, as much for herself and everybody else.

Stay strong all! :)
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Monsieur Goat says:
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hf thanks for the moral support, though.
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What is it about that two week mark that the cravings almost get the better of us? Keep yer wife there on the straight and narrow CHL!! :)

Can you feel your cilia growing everybody? Here's a reminder of what we're doing when we quit:

20 MINUTES

* Blood pressure drops to normal
* Pulse rate drops to normal
* Body temperature of hands and feet increases to normal

8 HOURS

* Carbon monoxide level in blood drops to normal
* Oxygen level in blood increases to normal

24 HOURS

* Chance of heart attack decreases

48 HOURS

* Nerve endings start regrowing
* Ability to smell and taste is enhanced

2 WEEKS TO 3 MONTHS

* Circulation improves
* Walking becomes easier
* Lung function increases up to 30 percent

1 TO 9 MONTHS

* Coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue, and shortness of breath decrease
* Cilia regrow in lungs, increasing their ability to handle mucus, clean the lungs, and reduce infection
* Body's overall energy increases

1 YEAR

* Excess risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker

5 YEARS

* Lung cancer death rate for an average former smoker (one pack a day) decreases by almost half
* Stroke risk is reduced to that of a non-smoker five to 15 years after quitting
* Risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, and esophagus is half that of a smoker's

10 YEARS

* Lung cancer death rate is similar to that of a non-smoker
* Precancerous cells are replaced
* Risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney, cervix, and pancreas decreases

15 YEARS

* Risk of coronary heart disease is that of a non-smoker
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thanks hf
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Same on this end, Cat. I jumped on this thread about 30 pages back and haven't looked back. It's been a comfort to read other like-minded people going through the same thing as they put down the smokes. It helps me immensely now and especially so during the first few weeks. I'd check/read the thread no less than five to eight times a day just for the encouragement and sense of community (and it broke the isolation; another twist of the addiction wherein the smokes speak to me... "well, you made it this far, you can do it again, so have a smoke" or "If you smoke just one, who would know?" ....cunning and insidious calls of the long ignoble suicide of smoking).

18 years is a long time to smoke. It becomes a part of you. It was all-consuming for me. But weighed against six days, it's but a wisp of smoke.

Six days clean is much larger than 18 years smoking. You broke through to the other side and pulled the curtain back. You chose to be what you truly are; a person who doesn't smoke. If you weren't committed to putting those toxic sticks of poison down, you wouldn't have found this thread (a pal and I were saying on this thread ..."Who would have even considered looking at a quit smoking thread a year ago?" Not us!). But we were ready. And I believe you are ready. You're here, Cat. It's your time. The urge to smoke will pass whether you smoke or not. So why smoke. A whole world of health and freedom are yours now. Six days without the smokes is so much larger, stronger, and truer than 18 years of the drudgery and mere repetition of smoking.

Six days is a mountain. Congratulations on your new freedom.
 Quoting: BxMac


Thank you! This means the world to me right now...Thanks for taking your time to respond back with such encouraging words. I truly appreciate it hf Looking forward to tomorrow now..tomorrow I'll be a non smoker for 7 days!
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15.banana2
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Congrats hf
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hf hf hf
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Same on this end, Cat. I jumped on this thread about 30 pages back and haven't looked back. It's been a comfort to read other like-minded people going through the same thing as they put down the smokes. It helps me immensely now and especially so during the first few weeks. I'd check/read the thread no less than five to eight times a day just for the encouragement and sense of community (and it broke the isolation; another twist of the addiction wherein the smokes speak to me... "well, you made it this far, you can do it again, so have a smoke" or "If you smoke just one, who would know?" ....cunning and insidious calls of the long ignoble suicide of smoking).

18 years is a long time to smoke. It becomes a part of you. It was all-consuming for me. But weighed against six days, it's but a wisp of smoke.

Six days clean is much larger than 18 years smoking. You broke through to the other side and pulled the curtain back. You chose to be what you truly are; a person who doesn't smoke. If you weren't committed to putting those toxic sticks of poison down, you wouldn't have found this thread (a pal and I were saying on this thread ..."Who would have even considered looking at a quit smoking thread a year ago?" Not us!). But we were ready. And I believe you are ready. You're here, Cat. It's your time. The urge to smoke will pass whether you smoke or not. So why smoke. A whole world of health and freedom are yours now. Six days without the smokes is so much larger, stronger, and truer than 18 years of the drudgery and mere repetition of smoking.

Six days is a mountain. Congratulations on your new freedom.
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Thank you! This means the world to me right now...Thanks for taking your time to respond back with such encouraging words. I truly appreciate it hf Looking forward to tomorrow now..tomorrow I'll be a non smoker for 7 days!
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Now ya see why he is a valuable asset to my thread. I salute you on you on your one week win. Keep winning my friend it is all good from here on. hf DF
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Still no smoke since Christmas! Very very hard but I don't miss the wheezing.
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hf

i think its around 12 days or so for me. i'm losing count.
wanted to smoke pretty bad today. but i haven't so far. i think i can manage these annoying back to back cravings.
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You can, YES YOU CAN!!!!
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Same on this end, Cat. I jumped on this thread about 30 pages back and haven't looked back. It's been a comfort to read other like-minded people going through the same thing as they put down the smokes. It helps me immensely now and especially so during the first few weeks. I'd check/read the thread no less than five to eight times a day just for the encouragement and sense of community (and it broke the isolation; another twist of the addiction wherein the smokes speak to me... "well, you made it this far, you can do it again, so have a smoke" or "If you smoke just one, who would know?" ....cunning and insidious calls of the long ignoble suicide of smoking).

18 years is a long time to smoke. It becomes a part of you. It was all-consuming for me. But weighed against six days, it's but a wisp of smoke.

Six days clean is much larger than 18 years smoking. You broke through to the other side and pulled the curtain back. You chose to be what you truly are; a person who doesn't smoke. If you weren't committed to putting those toxic sticks of poison down, you wouldn't have found this thread (a pal and I were saying on this thread ..."Who would have even considered looking at a quit smoking thread a year ago?" Not us!). But we were ready. And I believe you are ready. You're here, Cat. It's your time. The urge to smoke will pass whether you smoke or not. So why smoke. A whole world of health and freedom are yours now. Six days without the smokes is so much larger, stronger, and truer than 18 years of the drudgery and mere repetition of smoking.

Six days is a mountain. Congratulations on your new freedom.
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Thank you! This means the world to me right now...Thanks for taking your time to respond back with such encouraging words. I truly appreciate it hf Looking forward to tomorrow now..tomorrow I'll be a non smoker for 7 days!
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Now ya see why he is a valuable asset to my thread. I salute you on you on your one week win. Keep winning my friend it is all good from here on. hf DF
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Thanks DF hf
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Baroness...

ha ha :) I know EXACTLY how you feel!
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i do not know how i got thru this day without smoking.
but, i did. by the grace of God, i made it...


and i am very very grateful
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Still no smoke since Christmas! Very very hard but I don't miss the wheezing.
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i do not know how i got thru this day without smoking.
but, i did. by the grace of God, i made it...


and i am very very grateful
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hfhfhf
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i do not know how i got thru this day without smoking.
but, i did. by the grace of God, i made it...


and i am very very grateful
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hfhfhfhfhfhf You made it thru with pure will power and a knowing that your health and life span depended on not taking that one smoke. Plus, you don't want to have to wash all you clothes again to get the stink out. lol. DF
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Baroness...

ha ha :) I know EXACTLY how you feel!
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Don't we all.
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i do not know how i got thru this day without smoking.
but, i did. by the grace of God, i made it...


and i am very very grateful
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hfhfhfhfhfhf You made it thru with pure will power and a knowing that your health and life span depended on not taking that one smoke. Plus, you don't want to have to wash all you clothes again to get the stink out. lol. DF
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for reals, DF.

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