Back again!

Well after my last post there was a trip back to my hometown and ultimately I knew in my heart I was going to smoke again and so I did. But with all my final excuses gone and a feeling of streangth restored I am now on day 3 and barely noticing it to be honest, it feels natural and good to be smokefree again, no wierd cravings or emotions, or massive food consumption to note as yet :) I have been meditating daily which helps i think. The wierd thing about starting again was that even while smoking in my heart I felt that part of the addiction had 'broken' somehow and that is was a practical means to an end, so it feels more like stepping back into reality by giving up again then giving anything up. I don't know if this is just bizzare junkie thinking or if it makes sence either way it feels good and easy to be on day 3 :)

xx

sachmo

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  • Hi Sachmo :)

    Welcome back and well done restarting your quit

    Day three is great well done you and glad it feels natural to be smoke free again keep it going

    Love

    Marg xxxx

  • Well done you. However you feel it's great,I think you have a great positive attitude and that's why you feel so good. Along with meditating you could read about the addiction to nicotine which you will find in the websites in our signatures, it will help you to understand what is happening to you.

    Good luck, look forward to seeing your posts.

    Jackie

  • Well after my last post there was a trip back to my hometown and ultimately I knew in my heart I was going to smoke again and so I did. But with all my final excuses gone and a feeling of streangth restored I am now on day 3 and barely noticing it to be honest, it feels natural and good to be smokefree again, no wierd cravings or emotions, or massive food consumption to note as yet :) I have been meditating daily which helps i think. The wierd thing about starting again was that even while smoking in my heart I felt that part of the addiction had 'broken' somehow and that is was a practical means to an end, so it feels more like stepping back into reality by giving up again then giving anything up. I don't know if this is just bizzare junkie thinking or if it makes sence either way it feels good and easy to be on day 3 :)

    xx

    sachmo

    Great news Sachmo. :)

    I'd been sad when I read your post that you had smoked again. Anyway, remember that you are not giving anything up...just stopping doing something foolish. :cool:

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