Day 2 of my quit and I have a major blow out with the ex.. I could stick a whole pack in my mouth right now!
Didn't I just see this? Lol....I thought I responded. Maybe not. You know that smoking won't change anything. You know that smoking is simply an addiction that will grow and grow and grow.....one cigarette....one pack...will never be enough.
Bad days happen. We all have to learn ways to get through them without the crutch of addiction. This is your opportunity for growth, not a test. So grab this opportunity and do something that will make you proud!! Not defeated.
Yes, you can
You may have just seen it. Still navigating my way around here. Lol. Thanks for the encouragement. Much appreciated
Been there, done that It gets easier with time. Give yourself that time.
but hey, you now have an avatar.... something going good, right ;-)
Yup yup. For some reason I have to have Web view in desk top mode to see all of my home page on my phone
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Slow, deep breaths
sloooooooow, deeeeeeeeeep breaths
or go yell obscenities into a pillow if that doesn't work!
Blew a hole all the way through the pillow. Or maybe I chewed through. Idk.
better to ruin a pillow than to jam a pack of smokes in your mouth...lol...slooooow breaaaaths
Breathe easy, my friend, you've got this! ~Terrie~
Smoking doesn't change anything or fix anything....it DOES do damage to you every time you light up. I must admit that the thought of an entire pack of cigarettes in someone's mouth was a pretty powerful, if nauseating, image. It gets better, pay attention, it probably already IS getting better.
I am on day 2 as well. I find pounding my bed helps with anger! Stay strong ok.
Deep breathe and remind yourself why you're quitting in the first place and know that life is going to happen good or bad so you might just as well stick with your quit and keep stacking up your precious smoke free days, you can and will be successful one precious day at a time......
Hope this is a much better evening from you and that you realize that all any of us can do is to stack the days....one at a time. Sometimes we have to stack the moments. Smoking does not fix anything....EVER.
Progress Report please!
Being here does help quite a bit. I keep challenging myself with not completely avoiding ritualistic daily enjoymen's such as coffee in the mornings, glass of wine in the evenings, etc.. I think avoidance is denial and better to face it head on than postpone the inevitable. I realize that not everybody has that kind of strength, especially if it's their first or second quit attempt. Having said that, I'm questioning myself now... Am I challenging myself or am I purposely torturing myself!? Lol.
I do hope you are doing better and that you are staying close to the site!
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