Keyuana, Congratulations on your pregnancy. You have come to the right place for help. It is all up to you and what you are willing to do to save yourself and your baby. There is strength in numbers and we are here to support you. What is your quit date? Are you going to use NRT"s. Do you have a plan? How are you going to prepare? Those questions will help you not wiggle out of a date. I am a firm believer that education is the best way to have a successful quit. Until I learned about nicotine addiction. Smoking was a vicious cycle for me. Get started on this site if haven't already, go to http://www.becomeanex.org/how-to-quit-smoking.php#thl and if there are any areas you need to address such as tracking, triggers, NRT"s. You have come to the right place for a new day and a new beginning.. This is all about you and what you are willing to do to be smoke-free. Quitting smoking requires hard work. It can be challenging at times but you will learn that it is doable if you adhere to NOPE not one puff ever no matter what. You can do this.
Start first, by educating yourself about nicotine addiction.
Remember: Education is the key to a successful quit.
Read: Freedom from Nicotine My Journey Home and Nicotine Addiction 101
Here are the links: http://whyquit.com/whyquit/LinksAAddiction.html and http://whyquit.com/ffn/
I also encourage you to read. Allen Carr’s book, “Easy Easier Way to Quit Smoking
JACKIE1-25-15 2008 post. LOL
Wow, How did I miss that?. I was just thinking someone else recently joined and is pregnant. I have to check to see how they are doing.
I guess Admin pulled it up.
Maybe. Who knows. LOL
Hope they have healthy kids by now. I was lucky, I vomited whenever I smelled smoke when I was pregnant, it was almost like a pregnancy test.
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