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click4it posted 12/13/2013 01:45 AM

in just a few short days, who knew?

Not me.

almost bought a pack of cigarettes yesterday and really almost drove to the store. I had a week from "hell" and a lot of old feelings came up to the surface and reminded me of when I used to go smoke.

Well instead I stuffed my face with goodies, so now I'm about 20lbs heavier, which is the icky drawback, but I figure its 10 times better than smoking.

I guess with any type of addiction we are never "cured". Its only one day at a time always. My boss commented that I am a "non-smoker" now, which yes I can call myself, but deep down I know that I will always be a smoker because I know that at any day, any time I can go back. I am making a choice every day not to at this point.

At least I have no more chest pains - which I had on an almost daily basis.

Jpapageorge posted 12/13/2013 03:05 AM

Way to go Clicky.

almost bought a pack of cigarettes yesterday and really almost drove to the store. But you didn't, that is the key.

Congratulations on making it through your first six months and here's to 600 more months.

DeadMumWalking posted 12/13/2013 04:38 AM

Great job clicky!!!!!

happenedtome posted 12/13/2013 04:41 AM

Congratulations!!! Being able to call yourself a non-smoker? Best Christmas gift ever for your boys!!

MovingUpward posted 12/13/2013 05:15 AM

YAY Clicky!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pentup posted 12/13/2013 07:13 AM

Way to go!!! Best gift you could ever give your kids. I lost my Mom to lung cancer from smoking.

So very happy for you and your children to read this.

Deeply Scared posted 12/13/2013 07:42 AM

That's positively AWESOME!!! Great job on holding steady Just keep telling yourself...I've come too far to go back and start all over again.

Really proud of you

lost_in_toronto posted 12/13/2013 09:48 AM

WOW! 6 months. Sososososo proud of you, click4it.

I just recently reached my two year mark, and still think of myself as a smoker. Just nonpracticing! I know there will always be moments when I feel like a cigarette is the only thing that will make the world a better place. Congrats on making it through a bad week without giving in to the urge!

tushnurse posted 12/13/2013 09:49 AM

WOW!!! Congrats, what strength you have, you opted for HoHo's Cupcakes, and Chips over smokes. No that is resolve!!!!!

Go girl, be proud, worry about the weight later.


SisterMilkshake posted 12/13/2013 10:11 AM

Way to go. Be proud of yourself, it is tough to quit. I so wish my DH would/could quit.

Crescita posted 12/13/2013 10:43 AM

Yay! Congrats click!

click4it posted 12/13/2013 11:50 AM


nowiknow23 posted 12/13/2013 12:02 PM

You are amazing, click. You have worked so hard for those six months, and you have earned every single smoke free day. I'm humbled by your determination. You've SO got this. Congratulations, honey.

click4it posted 12/13/2013 12:14 PM

NIK you have an amazing way with words - incredibly powerful. thank you.

Too_Trusting posted 12/13/2013 14:38 PM

AWESOME Click! I am also a "quitter" and I was sooooooo close to buying smokes today too. But, I didn't!

congrats to both of us!!

pmal64 posted 12/13/2013 14:56 PM

congratulations! it is hard, but it does get easier.

I will be smoke free 3 years in March. (or 4, I can't remember... )

JKL Vikings posted 12/13/2013 15:39 PM

Way to go clicky

click4it posted 12/13/2013 15:49 PM

thanks! too trusting good for you for keeping the will power too. congrats to all of us who have remained smoke free - its NOT easy. sending good thoughts to you sistermilkshake for your DL to quit. unfortunately, the only way he will quit is when he is ready.

[This message edited by click4it at 3:52 PM, December 13th (Friday)]

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