We were all little kids once. I'm certain every one of us asked "when are we going to get there?" on every car trip we ever took.
It's our natural inclination to want to know what to expect.
I'm going to give you the information that I wished would have been available when I quit six years ago and what I have learned in over 20,000 hours of time spent watching listening and helping here and on another site that allows me to give the information to you now.
Quitting smoking is a process.
Most people fail at quitting during months 2, 3 and 4 when they get hit with unexpected craves and give up, tired of quitting and feeling hopeless.
Once again, quitting smoking is a process. I believe 130 days from our last puff (10 days one way or the other) is what we have to strive for to be at the place where we aren't thinking of smoking but perhaps once a week.
it's on my page
"what to expect the first 4 months"
and the blog about "no mans land".
please go read those links my page. it explains what every one of us went through. What you will be going through. There is a timeline to this.
Knowing what to expect and having a timeline is the biggest gift I could've had and I am giving this knowledge to all of you with the promise that we will be with you every step of the way.
Onward into my seventh year.