disaster averted on 1st month anniversary!

another to be proud to enter the 2nd month smoke free.... had a massive fight with the now ex, this abusive and destructive tw*t (pardon my French) had me so wound up and upset, I started wanting to smoke, when I finally left his place - otherwise called Hell! - I walked home and passed a shop, for a few seconds, the urge was intense but then I decided not to let that horrid man be the reason of my failure... I have to move on from this destructive addiction in the same way I quit smoking.... do they do Champix for break ups? :confused:

I bloody hurt like hell.... but I'm so glad I didn't take an excuse to get addicted again... I'm free :)

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  • Corinne, Whatever has gone on, I know for sure you made the right decision not to let a bad relationship get you back on cigarettes (that what got me back on them after a three year quit - I got over the bloke a lot faster than I got over the new nicotine addiction).

    You sound positive and so strong. Well done. It's all in your hands now - and isn't that a good feeling to be facing the future with.

    And, by the way, two months -yeah! we are all going to do this - all the way.

    Wish I could make it hurt less, but you know you can do this

    Sue

  • Corinne, what strength you showed, good on you hun. No one is worth ruining your quit over.

    I can understand the hesitating and the temptation outside the shop...... what a star you were for keeping on going, both past the shop and being smoke free.

    One whole month done - stay strong. Hoping the hurt eases very soon for you.

    HUGS

  • Corinne, you brave brave lady. Not just your ability in intense stress not to turn to a cig but to realise this relationship is destructive and you are worth so much more.

    A month ago the hurt you were going through was reducing you to misery it is great to see you angry and fighting back.'

    Walk with a lot of pride Corinne you deserve it.

    Big hug....xx

  • Hi Corrine :)

    Well done you getting to your 2nd month smoke free that's great

    Also well done resisting the temptation after a bust up with the now ex but sorry as far as I know they don't do a champix for that

    Love

    Marg

  • oh god, thank you guys, just read your posts and you have me in tears... but it's because I'm really touched ... in the words of Gloria (I'm a rock chick but here's an exception!): I will survive :rolleyes:

  • Hey Corinne

    Big hugs hun read your post and am very proud of ya.

    Its enlightening after a bad relationship to realise that you are worth so much more and are deservant to be treated well.

    So proud you didnt let it put you back on the fags... that wouldnt do him any harm... hed probably be secretly delighted if you did!!!

    Keep your chin up hun its hard but if you can give up the evil sticks you can do anything

    Lots of luv

    Elaine xxx

  • Way to go girl you show him. This quit is for you and it will give you more money to spend on yourself. You go girl.xxxxxx

  • another to be proud to enter the 2nd month smoke free.... had a massive fight with the now ex, this abusive and destructive tw*t (pardon my French) had me so wound up and upset, I started wanting to smoke, when I finally left his place - otherwise called Hell! - I walked home and passed a shop, for a few seconds, the urge was intense but then I decided not to let that horrid man be the reason of my failure... I have to move on from this destructive addiction in the same way I quit smoking.... do they do Champix for break ups? :confused:

    I bloody hurt like hell.... but I'm so glad I didn't take an excuse to get addicted again... I'm free :)

    Hey! in such conditions punching helps more than smoking

  • another to be proud to enter the 2nd month smoke free.... had a massive fight with the now ex, this abusive and destructive tw*t (pardon my French) had me so wound up and upset, I started wanting to smoke, when I finally left his place - otherwise called Hell! - I walked home and passed a shop, for a few seconds, the urge was intense but then I decided not to let that horrid man be the reason of my failure... I have to move on from this destructive addiction in the same way I quit smoking.... do they do Champix for break ups? :confused:

    I bloody hurt like hell.... but I'm so glad I didn't take an excuse to get addicted again... I'm free :)

    Firstly no tit is worth going back on the ciggies for and secondly well done that took some courage not to have one. You should be very proud of yourself.

  • :D Christine, you're back! love your response :)

    thanks for your support guys

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