Hello Team 10

:D Hi everyone just thought i would see how everyone is doing well done Jude , Cword you reached the 2 months .

Hows everyone else that is in team ?

Lorraine x

team 10 strong, jude, dave08, cword, catmagpie, jan southon, lorraine, debsblair, hadders, want2win, lizzyrob, bitwobbly

I have been quit for 2 Months, 1 Week, 10 hours, 16 minutes and 23 seconds (67 days). I have saved £387.70 by not smoking 1,685 cigarettes. I have saved 5 Days, 20 hours and 25 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 18/01/2008 22:30

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  • hiya, im still around :D

    how you doing?

  • Hi team!

    I am back :( after a few days in the snow eating too much chocolate!

    I had a very very very bad time last Sunday when I was offered a cigarette after a lot of drinks, I took it - thought about lighting it and then gave it back. I still wanted it badly though. I eventually managed to reason myself but I felt deprived for hours afterwards.

    I am now back to "normal" but I dread any future such situations. I am so disappointed that I even considered smoking again after 2 months without and that I felt deprived whilst knowing full well I was kidding myself.

    I am also a bit depressed that it may happen again and again...

    Now in the office with so much to do...

    Hope all of you are well xxx

  • Hi Team!

    I'm here and still on the wagon - thanks for the congrats Lorraine.

    So sorry you had a hard time Cat - but you resisted and that means you are coping and have the ability to do it again.

    I'm proud of us all!;)

  • Hi everyone - I'm here and still quit. Had my two eldest grandchildren stop at the weekend felt chuffed that I never felt the need or the guilt to creep outside for cig.:)

    PS - Just packing my bags to go into the 2 month room. Had a sneaky look round the door and it's looking good;);)

  • hey, Cat, hope you had a good hol :D

    so glad you didnt give in, its got to get better! :confused: i hope!!

    and congratulations Jan :D nearly in the 3 month room!

  • hey, Cat, hope you had a good hol :D

    so glad you didnt give in, its got to get better! :confused: i hope!!

    and congratulations Jan :D nearly in the 3 month room!

    Now I'm confused. :confused: Oh heck - I'll never get the hang of working this out.

    Hi Jude - how are you doing?

  • hugs to all and welcome to our new room for the month, cant believe we in month 3 now, what an achievement for us.

    hadders

  • Yup still here!!!

  • Well done all of you.

    Jan you have done 2 months so now you start month 3 Well done. Linda xxxxxxxxx

    Ps I will stay here with you till tuesday HEHEHE

  • Well done all of you.

    Jan you have done 2 months so now you start month 3 Well done. Linda xxxxxxxxx

    Ps I will stay here with you till tuesday HEHEHE

    In that case I shall unpack now, must say the room is looking bright and clean and the company is great. Well done on your quit Linda - see you soon in the 4 month roomxxxx

  • Hi all - I'm still here

    hi Team. I'm back!!! Sorry not been able to get on line, had internet problem. But i've still not had a fag. Been tempted tho!! glad ur all here and doing so well. Missed you all xxx debsblair xxx :o

  • hey! very glad to see your still with us! :D

  • Have we cracked it yet??

    I still get a strange urge now and again.

  • Have we cracked it yet??

    I still get a strange urge now and again.

    Hmmm - me too.

    Not sure about cracking it - I am still taking it a day at a time. Now on 0.5 champix - no difference. I am stopping altogether this week and now feel more relaxed about it. I see myself as a non smoker rather than someone quitting - I guess it is a big step for me.

    Next challenge is to undo the damage done by too many sweets since quit day :o. I wish they had a champix-like pill for it!

    x

  • I feel on top of the world today:cool: Have been off the patches altogether for 8 days now. Bit wobbly at first but persevered. I feel so calm at the moment and sleeping like a log now. Oh what bliss:p it is not waking up every hour on the hour.

    Quote: Next challenge is to undo the damage done by too many sweets since quit day . I wish they had a champix-like pill for it! :Quote

    Hi Cat - Same here. My cholesterol is quite high but stable at the moment so I am having to watch what I eat. They haven't put me on tablets as it is stable so finding it very hard to keep off all the goodies that your not allowed:(

    I think this photo says it all re sleeping/dieting.

  • urges

    I get the urge to have a fag now and again but they dont last as long.

  • Well done all youse...

    Amazing how it lingers isn't it!

    I'm still using NRT, so that's my next challenge.

    keep it up and keep off em all...You're doing great!

    Bill

    PS one thing I really like is to be able to get on here and for it to be OK to be still banging on about this after so long...people not involved in a quit just naturally assume it's all over after a month or so..

  • Hello Team 10

    Who would have thought it - nearly 80 days smoke free!!

    Wow!

    How cool are we?;):p

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