Haven't posted in a few days but I am still here and still well. Getting my exercise and yesterday helped me stay on point with not smoking because it was Great American Smokeout. Stay well all my friends and remember the first person to take care of is yourself because of you don't, you are no use to anyone else. 1378 days ago
Keep up the good job! We're all proud of you. It's been 20.5 years for me. I will admit I didn't do it cold turkey, I quit in stages. First, I stopped smoking in front of my children, then in public. Then I stopped buying them so I only had one every now and then because the people in my circle didn't smoke. After that it was FINALLY a breeze. I gained weight too but it wasn't about thin it was about health. I pray every day gets a little easier until you reach goal.
Feeling expecially grateful today for all that I am and all that I have. The journey has not been an easy one but it most certainally has been ensightful. I am getting to know a stronger me with skills and wills that were beyond my own imagination. No way I could have made it this far without those who had more faith in me than I did. I am truly blessed. 1387 days ago
Tough day today but when I go to the doctor tomorrow I can say that I haven't smoked for a week. What a victory a week is. I was so afraid I wouldn't make it throught the first day and tomorrow I celebrate a week. How good am I? THANK YOU GOD
3 days without a cigarette. Every now and then I want one and I tell myself if I can hold out 5 minutes the craving will be gone. So far so good. I know there will come a time when it's harder than it is right now but I am commited to the cause. What is the cause you ask. Cause I want to be the best person possible, physically and mentally 1391 days ago