All I have to say is thank you every one for all the support along my journey. I wouldn't have been at 2 years if it wasn't for all of you.
I remember two years ago of wakeing up in the morning and saying to myself, I am done, no more, its time, Staying close to the site gave me a lot of hope and courage, cheering me on, sometime pushing me along.
Just knowing everything I bloged, Ex"s would say-that is normal, made me feel better. Being told it will get better helped me a lot. It does get better-a lot better-I promise.
I went thru being tired, sleep problems, sad, crying, no one cares, feeling foggy. All those emotions .
I decided to do a gratitude calender, where you write down 1 thing you are grateful for each day, even if it is something small. It helped me stay more positive and gave me a thankful mood of gratitude.
My days got better and better and today i am happy to say, smoking is not part of my life. I hardly ever think of it. I want all you newbies to know, reading you blogs keeps me in check. I can relate a lot to what you blog because I have been there. Keep going forward and don't look back. I wish you all a great quit.
To the Oldies, thanks for cheering me along and being there for me.