Here's the rules... When a newbie (non smoker with less than a year of smobriety) posts, they add +2 to the number... When an Elder (non smoker with more than a year of smobreity) posts they add -1 to the number You have to wait until someone else posts before you can post again When either +20 or -20 is reached then that team wins…(Show moreShow less)
1.) my dogs paw prints in the snow. so precious 2.) the quiet and gentle chirping of my budgies in the early morning when they are adjusting to a new day 3.) the tree that gave its life so it could release the warmth of many summer suns in my wood stove.
I'm about to wrap up my "day 4" in 10 minutes. So far, today has been a struggle. I know part of that is because it is Valentine's Day, which has me down. I keep thinking about how I could go buy some and smoke for a few hours and start over again tomorrow. That is what I was doing for the week or so before I quit this time. I would buy a pack,…(Show moreShow less)
Hi everyone, Happy Monday!!!!!!! I’m up early at the beginning of a new week. Church and Sunday school were a good time yesterday. I hope you have a glorious week. Easy does it but do it!! We can’t change the world all at once but we can change ourselves little by little!! Recovery is more like a process!! As we grow and mature…(Show moreShow less)
I've been thinking about NRT's. I've never used them in the past because like Alan Carr I thought fighting a nicotine addiction with nicotine did not make sense. This time however, I am pulling out all the stops to quit and using a patch (21mg) as well as the occasional gum. It is definitely helping because I experimented and went without for a…(Show moreShow less)
I agree, whatever works to get quit more comfortably will give you a better chance of keeping quit. I used Chantix and thank God for it or I wouldn't have been able to quit as I have proven from the fact that I smoked for around 35 years and quit a million times in the past. NRT never worked for me but I know it has worked for many others.…
Here it is, my smoking trash. It's beside my glider and next to the table upon which lived my puzzles. elvan, next to my ashtray is a tube of bubbles You encouraged me to buy the, but they didn't do me much good hanging out with my smoking gear. That's a stack of puzzle and two books about quitting smoking, one from the last quit smoking class I…(Show moreShow less)
My name is Marlo. I was 8 days smoke free. I felt as if I had overcome most of my daily triggers that could trip me up. I wasn't expecting to have sex after a very long time. (It was a pleasant surprise ) Unfortunately, the first thing I did was have a cigarette. And I've had a second one since. so, do restart my count like an alcoholic…(Show moreShow less)