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Posted by coreinstincts_101 Jul 25, 2017

I started a public blog a few days before I started this quit; the reason why I started this blog is that when I was doing my research on the quit, I never found personal information on how and what a person went through. Oh, I found professional video's and texts and groups all day long and this wonderful place here, but there were no personal accounts of what a person goes through out there for another person to completely understand what a quit actually is or looks like for an individual. And before you say it; yes I know (EVERYONE's QUIT IS DIFFERENT), and I say so before anyone enters my blog site. I have a contact me page and then I have a forums page where people can interact and answer questions; share their quits, or ask more questions if they want to know more information. You guys here have created a nice site but people have to join before they find out the information you have to offer. and I promote this site on my blog and will from now on. However, if anyone is interested to see into my mind on a daily basis besides what I post here the site is;


Keep counting the DAYS OF FREEDOM as you may pass the mark of past trials and eres. The days will add up and the time will fly by and the next thing you know you have a week in, a month in, 6 months in, a year in, and it just keeps going and going until you lose count. it seems like just yesterday that I put down my last cigarette and I have to keep counting the days I have marked off on my calendar, I have made it past my last relapse point and with an anger trigger in the midst of it. let me explain something about my smoking habit; I was not the easy smoker; I was the roll your own smoker, with the pipe tobacco that smoked up to two packs a day for four years. And before that, it was a pack a day every day for a very long time except while I was in school; in school, I was a 2 pack a day smoker.

The point to all this is that for every one second, one minute, one hour, that I make it through is a major deal to me because I have been going this way for over 30 plus year of my smoking career and yes I call it a career because it is the only thing I can say I can retire from without pension; no really it's the only thing in my life that I never gave up on no matter what I had to do to get it.

For the first time in my life I am walking away from cigarettes and working on my 7th DOF with the Nicodemond nipping at my heels today and I can honestly say I WILL NEVER TAKE ANOTHER PUFF EVER!