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I QUIT SMOKING , YOU CAN TOO. I QUIT SEPT 27, 2012, SUPPORT EACH OTHER HERE

 
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Husband and I are on our 8th month.
Just stopped cold turkey.
Now it's time to diet.
We are saving a ton of money and feel better.
We both smoked for 35 years.
Hitting the Y soon to start swimming.
I take it one day at a time.

If I can do it, anyone can, really, my cigs were my best friend.

You will gain weight, but IMO worth it to quit the cigs.
 Quoting: InTheHood



It's all good in the hood.

Congratulations to you and your husband.

You're on the road to a new freedom and infinite possibilities await you.

You've got this.
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I tried to stop a couple of times, documented on this thread and then finally manged to quit in August of last year.

Going oN 8 months now and feeling great.

The reason I wanted to quit was that I found myself increasingly becoming out of breath. At 42 years of age with 3 daughters, one a mere baby, I had to ensure that I would be around a lot longer.

I've always been a big muscular guy and feeling out of breath is an absolute horrid feeling. After I quit I picked up about 22lbs, mostly over the last December. I suddenly woke up to the fact that I was becoming seriously overweight.

After December I decided that I needed to lose weight, as I was at 290 lbs and 240 lbs is a good weight for me. So I started jogging. It was disheartening to see that I could only go for about 200m, before getting out of breath, which would then force me to walk, before jogging for a little bit again.

I have now lost 40lbs and am getting the definition back that I had when I was still doing weight lifting. I recently had to stop jogging, as I developed achilles tendonitis due to all the hills in the area where I live. Just before I stopped I was doing 3.6 km in the hills without stopping.

I found this recovery quite unexpected as I knew that damage to the lungs was permanent. Is there anyone else that also experienced this?????????

My achilles tendons are better, but not 100%. My pathetic tendons have now forced me to do high intensity training, which I should have started to do in the first place, rather than slogging for miles.

10 Minutes of 100% balls to the walls sprints with walks in between. Gives better fitness, makes you quicker, builds muscle instead of destroying them, lots more calories burnt etc.

I AM VERY GRATEFUL THAT I HAVE MANGEDED TO QUIT SMOKING, AS I KNOW I WOULD HAVE DIED A HORRIBLE DEATH WITHIN THE NEXT 5 YEARS HAD I NOT.

So yes, many thanks to Desert Fox for this thread and the other contributers to this thread.

By the way Hawk, you were my inspiration, as you were a couple of months ahead of me.
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I tried to stop a couple of times, documented on this thread and then finally manged to quit in August of last year.

Going oN 8 months now and feeling great.

The reason I wanted to quit was that I found myself increasingly becoming out of breath. At 42 years of age with 3 daughters, one a mere baby, I had to ensure that I would be around a lot longer.

I've always been a big muscular guy and feeling out of breath is an absolute horrid feeling. After I quit I picked up about 22lbs, mostly over the last December. I suddenly woke up to the fact that I was becoming seriously overweight.

After December I decided that I needed to lose weight, as I was at 290 lbs and 240 lbs is a good weight for me. So I started jogging. It was disheartening to see that I could only go for about 200m, before getting out of breath, which would then force me to walk, before jogging for a little bit again.

I have now lost 40lbs and am getting the definition back that I had when I was still doing weight lifting. I recently had to stop jogging, as I developed achilles tendonitis due to all the hills in the area where I live. Just before I stopped I was doing 3.6 km in the hills without stopping.

I found this recovery quite unexpected as I knew that damage to the lungs was permanent. Is there anyone else that also experienced this?????????

My achilles tendons are better, but not 100%. My pathetic tendons have now forced me to do high intensity training, which I should have started to do in the first place, rather than slogging for miles.

10 Minutes of 100% balls to the walls sprints with walks in between. Gives better fitness, makes you quicker, builds muscle instead of destroying them, lots more calories burnt etc.

I AM VERY GRATEFUL THAT I HAVE MANGEDED TO QUIT SMOKING, AS I KNOW I WOULD HAVE DIED A HORRIBLE DEATH WITHIN THE NEXT 5 YEARS HAD I NOT.

So yes, many thanks to Desert Fox for this thread and the other contributers to this thread.

By the way Hawk, you were my inspiration, as you were a couple of months ahead of me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68972139


Wow dude... thats great!! I have been up and down on the smoking roller coaster.. This time of year gets hard for me..because I really do enjoy a cold beer on a hot summer day... and usually cold beer leads to smoking. Really going to try and get through this summer. Been going to the gym, and can attest to the fact that your lungs do heal.. my cardio is probably at the highest level it has ever been....

Now to get through these next few months... going to use this post as my inspiration. Thanks man!
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Husband and I are on our 8th month.
Just stopped cold turkey.
Now it's time to diet.
We are saving a ton of money and feel better.
We both smoked for 35 years.
Hitting the Y soon to start swimming.
I take it one day at a time.

If I can do it, anyone can, really, my cigs were my best friend.

You will gain weight, but IMO worth it to quit the cigs.
 Quoting: InTheHood


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thursday night was my last cig its sunday arvo and ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

having this week off to lock me in my house see how i go ......
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thursday night was my last cig its sunday arvo and ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

having this week off to lock me in my house see how i go ......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67350096


It's a mind game, you can win.
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It's more humane this way ya know, or burn on totem pole. Choice is yours.
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Thanks for being here for the people.
 Quoting: Desert Fox

It's a great thread you started dude... You helped a ton of people!! It's the only thread i keep, always in my personnel pins....so I see it everyday, weather I am smoking or not.
 Quoting: Hawk-02

You must do it, your life depends on it. I spent two days in hospital last week when simple bronchitis caused me to be unable to get enough oxygen. Horrible feeling, you don't want. Trust me.
 Quoting: Desert Fox


DAmn! Are you ok?? Are you still off the smokes??
 Quoting: Hawk-02

Yep, ok now, but hell for a while. Glad you are doing well too. The thread lives, an others keep quitting, which will allow them to live longer too. hf
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thursday night was my last cig its sunday arvo and ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

having this week off to lock me in my house see how i go ......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67350096


It's a mind game, you can win.
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thanks and i will come here every day for a reminder not to cave in on the mind games....
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thursday night was my last cig its sunday arvo and ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

having this week off to lock me in my house see how i go ......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67350096


It's a mind game, you can win.
 Quoting: Desert Fox


thanks and i will come here every day for a reminder not to cave in on the mind games....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67230558

That is exactly what this thread is all about. Hang tight friend, it will be a battle, but can be won.
:TOMABANEFOX:
It's more humane this way ya know, or burn on totem pole. Choice is yours.
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thursday night was my last cig its sunday arvo and ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

having this week off to lock me in my house see how i go ......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67350096


It's a mind game, you can win.
 Quoting: Desert Fox


thanks and i will come here every day for a reminder not to cave in on the mind games....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67230558


I have faith you will do it.
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TWO DAYS AGO I WENT PARTIALLY BLIND IN ONE EYE DUE TO SMOKING !

Sorry to shout, but as this is my first posting on this thread I wanted to get peoples attention (GRIN)

I am a woman in her 60's who smokes home rolled ciggies, works from home, so pretty much a chain smoker.Have smoked since I was 18 BUT very heavily the last ten years or so.

I simply wasn't bothered. I like nicotine, i loved smoking, couldn't care less about health warnings. I can afford tobacco.Pretty fit, no health problems, zero eye problems.

Last fFiday I woke up with a shady area in the bottom part of my eye. I thought it was a bit odd but I wasn't overly concerned at first.

Saturday my sister visited. She has been partially sighted from birth and will soon loose it all. SHE FREAKED OUT !
She was very angry at me, and just to make her feel better I made an appointment to see an optician.

This morning 10am saw an optician. He phoned my local hospital for an immediate appointment. (still a bit smug and unconcerned at this point) until he said "how soon can you get there?"

I now panic!
I have to call in family and friends to help as drops in my eyes mean I can not drive. I need my car driven home, i need my dogs transported to my dads (food, crates etc) I need someone to contact my boss ! I have to get someone to step in and cancel my work appointments.

I get to hospital. I don't know all the right terms for these tests BUT it will give you an idea.

First. standard eye tests. One eye, lower half cloudy and blind. Others Great.

Second. Photographs of eye, lower half of one showing almost no blood supply.

Third. an ultra sound scan (Like a baby) scan

Fourth. (scary) Brain MRI scan (starting to think brain tumour)

Fifth. Blood test results. !!! Build up of cyonide !

I quite arrogantly dismissed the term carciogens when all the anti smokers give voice BUT it appears that the blood results show I have a very high amount of cyonide in my blood coupled with nearly zero vitamin B.

OK.

This post to GLP is my very FIRST acknowledgement that I MUST stop smoking. I am such a confirmed smoker that immediately after I left the opticians my FIRST call was to get some nicotine chewing gum as I knew I couldnt go to hospital without "supplies"

I am back home now after 12 hours of tests, my dogs are with my family and this is the first time I have been alone in over 20 years.

(getting a bit emotional now, but anyone who has a labrador, or little daschund terrier will understand how I miss them)

BUT to get back to the thread.

I HAVE stopped smoking as of NOW.
I have got nicotine chewing gum.
I miss the "click" of a cigarette lighter so i have sent off for one of those dog clicker things.
I have sent for a hypnosis book and CD from an english man called paul mckenna who I have found very helpful in the past.

I did think about starting a new thread, and I may do in future BUT I think that the longevity of your thread shows that many people need help, as do I. and may see my "48 hour warning"

I may post a new thread, but to be honest,I would rather contribute to an on going and effective thread.

I see that my problem could be reversible.
I want my dogs back !

Very scared !
BUT I AM AN ARROGANT SO AND SO !

Thanks for reading.
Please let me know if you think I should start an extra thread. Any and all comments would be helpful at this time.

Thank you
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TWO DAYS AGO I WENT PARTIALLY BLIND IN ONE EYE DUE TO SMOKING !

Sorry to shout, but as this is my first posting on this thread I wanted to get peoples attention (GRIN)

I am a woman in her 60's who smokes home rolled ciggies, works from home, so pretty much a chain smoker.Have smoked since I was 18 BUT very heavily the last ten years or so.

I simply wasn't bothered. I like nicotine, i loved smoking, couldn't care less about health warnings. I can afford tobacco.Pretty fit, no health problems, zero eye problems.

Last fFiday I woke up with a shady area in the bottom part of my eye. I thought it was a bit odd but I wasn't overly concerned at first.

Saturday my sister visited. She has been partially sighted from birth and will soon loose it all. SHE FREAKED OUT !
She was very angry at me, and just to make her feel better I made an appointment to see an optician.

This morning 10am saw an optician. He phoned my local hospital for an immediate appointment. (still a bit smug and unconcerned at this point) until he said "how soon can you get there?"

I now panic!
I have to call in family and friends to help as drops in my eyes mean I can not drive. I need my car driven home, i need my dogs transported to my dads (food, crates etc) I need someone to contact my boss ! I have to get someone to step in and cancel my work appointments.

I get to hospital. I don't know all the right terms for these tests BUT it will give you an idea.

First. standard eye tests. One eye, lower half cloudy and blind. Others Great.

Second. Photographs of eye, lower half of one showing almost no blood supply.

Third. an ultra sound scan (Like a baby) scan

Fourth. (scary) Brain MRI scan (starting to think brain tumour)

Fifth. Blood test results. !!! Build up of cyonide !

I quite arrogantly dismissed the term carciogens when all the anti smokers give voice BUT it appears that the blood results show I have a very high amount of cyonide in my blood coupled with nearly zero vitamin B.

OK.

This post to GLP is my very FIRST acknowledgement that I MUST stop smoking. I am such a confirmed smoker that immediately after I left the opticians my FIRST call was to get some nicotine chewing gum as I knew I couldnt go to hospital without "supplies"

I am back home now after 12 hours of tests, my dogs are with my family and this is the first time I have been alone in over 20 years.

(getting a bit emotional now, but anyone who has a labrador, or little daschund terrier will understand how I miss them)

BUT to get back to the thread.

I HAVE stopped smoking as of NOW.
I have got nicotine chewing gum.
I miss the "click" of a cigarette lighter so i have sent off for one of those dog clicker things.
I have sent for a hypnosis book and CD from an english man called paul mckenna who I have found very helpful in the past.

I did think about starting a new thread, and I may do in future BUT I think that the longevity of your thread shows that many people need help, as do I. and may see my "48 hour warning"

I may post a new thread, but to be honest,I would rather contribute to an on going and effective thread.

I see that my problem could be reversible.
I want my dogs back !

Very scared !
BUT I AM AN ARROGANT SO AND SO !

Thanks for reading.
Please let me know if you think I should start an extra thread. Any and all comments would be helpful at this time.

Thank you
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15438915


thanks for posting!

you can get alan carrs book free at the first post on thread... get it! READ IT!

world's best tool for a reason!

you are so like every other smoker... read his stuff, you'll see what i mean...

you have a strong reason to quit.. yourself and you furry babies...i not having children, i love mine too....

i don't think we need another thread... this one is a gold mine ;)

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Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 05/12/2015 04:19 AM
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TWO DAYS AGO I WENT PARTIALLY BLIND IN ONE EYE DUE TO SMOKING !

Sorry to shout, but as this is my first posting on this thread I wanted to get peoples attention (GRIN)

I am a woman in her 60's who smokes home rolled ciggies, works from home, so pretty much a chain smoker.Have smoked since I was 18 BUT very heavily the last ten years or so.

I simply wasn't bothered. I like nicotine, i loved smoking, couldn't care less about health warnings. I can afford tobacco.Pretty fit, no health problems, zero eye problems.

Last fFiday I woke up with a shady area in the bottom part of my eye. I thought it was a bit odd but I wasn't overly concerned at first.

Saturday my sister visited. She has been partially sighted from birth and will soon loose it all. SHE FREAKED OUT !
She was very angry at me, and just to make her feel better I made an appointment to see an optician.

This morning 10am saw an optician. He phoned my local hospital for an immediate appointment. (still a bit smug and unconcerned at this point) until he said "how soon can you get there?"

I now panic!
I have to call in family and friends to help as drops in my eyes mean I can not drive. I need my car driven home, i need my dogs transported to my dads (food, crates etc) I need someone to contact my boss ! I have to get someone to step in and cancel my work appointments.

I get to hospital. I don't know all the right terms for these tests BUT it will give you an idea.

First. standard eye tests. One eye, lower half cloudy and blind. Others Great.

Second. Photographs of eye, lower half of one showing almost no blood supply.

Third. an ultra sound scan (Like a baby) scan

Fourth. (scary) Brain MRI scan (starting to think brain tumour)

Fifth. Blood test results. !!! Build up of cyonide !

I quite arrogantly dismissed the term carciogens when all the anti smokers give voice BUT it appears that the blood results show I have a very high amount of cyonide in my blood coupled with nearly zero vitamin B.

OK.

This post to GLP is my very FIRST acknowledgement that I MUST stop smoking. I am such a confirmed smoker that immediately after I left the opticians my FIRST call was to get some nicotine chewing gum as I knew I couldnt go to hospital without "supplies"

I am back home now after 12 hours of tests, my dogs are with my family and this is the first time I have been alone in over 20 years.

(getting a bit emotional now, but anyone who has a labrador, or little daschund terrier will understand how I miss them)

BUT to get back to the thread.

I HAVE stopped smoking as of NOW.
I have got nicotine chewing gum.
I miss the "click" of a cigarette lighter so i have sent off for one of those dog clicker things.
I have sent for a hypnosis book and CD from an english man called paul mckenna who I have found very helpful in the past.

I did think about starting a new thread, and I may do in future BUT I think that the longevity of your thread shows that many people need help, as do I. and may see my "48 hour warning"

I may post a new thread, but to be honest,I would rather contribute to an on going and effective thread.

I see that my problem could be reversible.
I want my dogs back !

Very scared !
BUT I AM AN ARROGANT SO AND SO !

Thanks for reading.
Please let me know if you think I should start an extra thread. Any and all comments would be helpful at this time.

Thank you
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15438915


thanks for posting!

you can get alan carrs book free at the first post on thread... get it! READ IT!

world's best tool for a reason!

you are so like every other smoker... read his stuff, you'll see what i mean...

you have a strong reason to quit.. yourself and you furry babies...i not having children, i love mine too....

i don't think we need another thread... this one is a gold mine ;)

citz_p2_cmp
 Quoting: Citizenperth

bump
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Hi there-
Excellent thread, first visit.
Just perusing, but started reading Alan Carr's book from
link. Hmmm.....
might just have to consider maybe thinking about attempting
to ponder the possibility of looking at the idea of entertaining the thought of ......
well, you know!

All the best to all of you!!

Last Edited by sloonie on 05/15/2015 02:59 AM
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Hi there-
Excellent thread, first visit.
Just perusing, but started reading Alan Carr's book from
link. Hmmm.....
might just have to consider maybe thinking about attempting
to ponder the possibility of looking at the idea of entertaining the thought of ......
well, you know!

All the best to all of you!!
 Quoting: sloonie


i did it last year 5 weeks more off them than i ever did before... not a failure... a start...

thing was i was using a vapor?... but when the vapor ran out (5weeks in), i reverted back to the cigs...


i'm half way through alan's book again... it's not the answer, but it sure helps coming from a life time smoker...
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for a teacher you sure are a dumbarse.

To revert, is to go back.

so, to revert back, means to go back, oh no, I will turn around..

wtf teech?
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for a teacher you sure are a dumbarse.

To revert, is to go back.

so, to revert back, means to go back, oh no, I will turn around..

wtf teech?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69224274


you would fail in any of my classes, or ran any of behaviour managament papers.... you were the one taught by a dumbarse...

you never fail right? the people who taught you never failed right? wrong.

you can call it a fail if you like... it is actually very human, and called an 'attempt'

what you do with your 'attempt' is learn something, or learn nothing and throw that attempt and any further effort in the bin.

you cracked the shits if you couldn't do stuff in school the first time, am i right?

you don't 'teach' people to be perfect... and if you are a true teacher, you don't teach them what YOU know, you teach them how to seek or find their own answers to their own questions... true teaching is facilitation, not regurgitation....

.... dumb arse....

further, and back to topic, i learned truck loads.

i learned i could do it.
i learned what the biggest trigger for me was.
i learned how to be successful the 'next time', and if not, the time after that.
i learned that what people like you say, means absolutely fuck all.
i learned that we were roped in by actors and elite personalities to fund this ridiculous social activity, for no personal gain, and when i quit, they no longer get my support or money.

i could go on, but you sound like an annoying bored holyer than thou sort....

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 05/15/2015 07:27 AM
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settle petal...

I was merely elucidating what one would consider a reasonably elementary supposition; that is, to revert, is a succinct and complete expression in and of itself.

As far as failure goes, the man who has never made a mistake, never made anything.
Want to give up the fags?
Give up the emotional attachment.
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aaand as far as failing your classes sport...I had a full level III education, when it actually meant something.
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settle petal...

I was merely elucidating what one would consider a reasonably elementary supposition; that is, to revert, is a succinct and complete expression in and of itself.

As far as failure goes, the man who has never made a mistake, never made anything.
Want to give up the fags?
Give up the emotional attachment.
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calling someone an arsehole is not the way to step into a debate.

and if the millions of smokers listened to the it makes you sick, it is poisonous it is emotional attachement etc [et al] wouldn't you think they would have given up by now?

ALL drug addiction is mired in self-deprecation and substance excuses....
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aaand as far as failing your classes sport...I had a full level III education, when it actually meant something.
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level III... cool i trained level threes at SCGH about 6 years ago. HAving a pissing contest about 'grade levels' says about that much... You don't need to know what I have.... nor is it important or add any further value to this discussion... don't smoke?... good for you.. now fuck off and go read another thread you may enjoy....

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oh here tissue


I gave up the cigs...


its easy.

the whole "Oh its impossible" is a lie.


so, pick up your bottom lip and carry on.

I hope you found the grammar lesson helpful


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aaand as far as failing your classes sport...I had a full level III education, when it actually meant something.
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level III... cool i trained level threes at SCGH about 6 years ago. HAving a pissing contest about 'grade levels' says about that much... You don't need to know what I have....
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dude, I reckon I am ten years older than you

as I said, I got my education before the days of moderation and passing dumbfucks so you get funding
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oh here tissue


I gave up the cigs...


its easy.

the whole "Oh its impossible" is a lie.


so, pick up your bottom lip and carry on.

I hope you found the grammar lesson helpful


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wooohoo.. ain't you the man.... my father was like you... 2-3 pack a day winnie red man... gave up after a heart scare and stairs in the hospital... the holier than thou attitude he has now is worse than the faux pas 'tough guy' act he had when he was smoking.
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no its not tough guy...
its a recognition, that if ya don't give up the disgusting stinking shit, you are gonna drown in brown putrid mucous.

But, if that's your thing....

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no its not tough guy...
its a recognition, that if ya don't give up the disgusting stinking shit, you are gonna drown in brown putrid mucous.

But, if that's your thing....

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how long did you smoke for?

you eat refined suger? you're gunna die.. probably get fat and diabetic on the way...

you drink coffee? alcohol? you're gunna die ... there goes your heart muscles... maybe even an anurism...

the list goes on... i don't go to diabetic threads and tell them to stop eating sugar and call them names... lack of maturity and wisdom right there fella...

i'm sure there was a chapter on that in your Cert III.....

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30 years.

Joints, in the main.
But don't be believing the crap that THC is the good guy and nicotine is the debil

Its a habit....

Its not so hard to break....

I used champix for about 6 days.

"All is mental"

So, I wish you the best, but in all seriousness, the desire NOT to die from smoking is, or should be, stronger than the desire to smoke.
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30 years.

Joints, in the main.
But don't be believing the crap that THC is the good guy and nicotine is the debil

Its a habit....

Its not so hard to break....

I used champix for about 6 days.

"All is mental"

So, I wish you the best, but in all seriousness, the desire NOT to die from smoking is, or should be, stronger than the desire to smoke.
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ok, so now we're talking....

that is the interesting point to me... "the desire NOT to die from smoking is, or should be, stronger than the desire to smoke."

what if it's not? really, when considering it takes cigs a long time to 'getcha', and a bus all of three seconds, that logic is proven to be flawed in the quitting psychology game...
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I quit about a year and a half ago. It was tough for me - did it cold turkey.
Got an app on my phone to track the $ and time I was saving my quitting and how my health was improving. At first, I checked it every couple of hours - it was like a game.

The thing NO one talks about is the negative side effects of quitting!
Thought I had the flu. Lasted a couple of months - it was insane,but worth it to stop smiling king and killing myself.

Loved smoking, but I knew in my soul I was very slowly and surely giving myself a death sentence.