No Smoking Day
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1 day down 100000000000 to go!

Well I made it through day 1!

The worst bit for me is getting up and not having that 1st 2nd and 3rd fag with my cuppa!

So I didn't go in the conservatory as usual and smoke and drink, I sat in lounge with my hubby and had my tea. Just seems so weird!

Still determined though so bring on day 2!

Bev x

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well done bev - with out the first day there can be no more!

yeah will seem wierd for a while. Your doing the right thing by changing the habits - i.e not sitting where you would normally sit will help to break all the psychological chains - hope it goes well for you today - just post on here if you need to not think about smoking - typing helps to do something with the hands :)

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Thanks Bman,

I am not getting much done today though, all I want to do is flick from facebook to this forum coz like u say u want to do something with your hands!

Well never mind, sod the housework! as long as i'm not smoking it doesnt matter!

Bev x:)

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Hi Bev,

Good luck with your quit. I personally used an electronic ciggie so you might find it helpful to emulate smoking with a pen or similar, but only when it urges are at their most strongest.

Remember the first 3 days are the hardest, its all uphill from there :-) Count the hours, mins, seconds sometimes, but you can do it!

Paul

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well done keep it up coming on here will really help you and keep your hands busy lol

xxx

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Good luck Bev!

I completed my second day at 16:00 today, I've gone cold turkey and so far so good. Now is the difficult time as I've put my feet up (they've been up all day to be honest) and having a beer.

I never smoked in the house - it's below freezing so I'm not missing the garden.

...oh and I've saved £12...well I would have if I hadn't visited iTunes.

Martin

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The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. - Lau-Tzu (Chinese Philosopher)

The first days of a quit are probably the most important of all, and certainly for many, the most challenging also. Good luck on these first few steps to freedom from the nicotine addiction.

J

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Thanks guys for all your words of support, I am now sitting down with a large vodka and now going to order a chinese as my treat! To be honest I haven't been too bad today, it is weird coz all of a sudden you just get a wave come over you telling you that you want a ciggy but if you just breathe deep you can overcome the craving and it only lasts for a minute.

Thanks again,

Bev x

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Hi Bev

Welcome back hun. Well done on your new quit Onwards to day 2.xxxxx

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Hi Linda,

You are the only person I have seen on here who was here the last time I quit, Well done honey you have done fantastically well, you beat it in the end!

Bev x

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Well dolne Bev - you've cracked it - it'da wave that washes over you and moves along. Hold onto that thought, those waves will pass.

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Well done bev,

Hope you enjoyed your chinese!!

Baz

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It's a really good idea to change your routine in the early days, well done to you. It helps a lot to learn about nicotine and the things we believed about cigarettes. Our signatures have good websites and there are lots of posts which will help.

Jackie

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