I know this is early...
This time tomorrow I will be at 6 weeks clean. Not one puff. I am very proud of that. I have gotten to a point where I am finding the quit quite easy to maintain. I don't doubt that there are difficult times ahead for me, but at the moment it is easy. I am still filling in my journal everyday - and still filling it in helps me to focus everyday. As does posting here, helping others or posting my progress - it helps me keep my head in check and making me look at myself as I put things down in writing.
As well as doing my little dance everytime I hit a milestone... oh yea
*does his little dance* (not bad for someone with a knackered leg, eh?)... I will be posting something that I found encouraging or that "clicked" with me, that meant something to me and made my quit continue to feel like the most important thing in the world to me.
This time, one of the woofmang tales that got me through a couple if tough times. Mainly because my 2 year son was one of the biggest reasons behind me giving up smoking.
Please read it twice- even if you have read it before, and the second time imagine you are me. A 34 year old man with a 2 year old son, a 34 year old man who lost his father to smoking related illness when he was 13. It is a very powerful article for me woofmang.com/tales/choose_y...
Thanks to all of you for your support so far, I owe a lot to this website.