Quoting: Hopeless Quoting: Anonymous Coward 628775
Yes, he does still smoke but he goes outside to do it. I'm not sure why he thought that was a good idea but I do know he had good intentions. It was my fault for not being strong enough or determined enough to resist.
I keep looking forward to how I'll feel in a year from now, like how I'll be more energetic and want to do more because my body will be able to oxygenate itself more fully. How my skin will look and feel healthier and stuff like that.
Congratulations on day two! That is exciting...you've already made it through the hardest part. The first step is always the hardest, isn't it?
In regards to you hubby, makes sense, he probably doesn't want to lose his smoking partner.
Sorry that you will have to start from scratch with the nicotine withdrawal.
Maybe you can convince him to join you in the quit.
You are right, just making the decision to stop was hard, actually following through even harder.
So far, I am winning the battle. Don't know what tomorrow will bring, just living though one craving at a time right now.
Breathe, just breathe. Something I was having difficulty doing while smoking.
I think I am going to have to take up knitting or crocheting,
Anything to keep my hands busy.
Maybe macrame belts will come back in style.
Now if only my brain would return to normal, well maybe tomorrow.