Back to day one

Well I caved in to the nic demon yesterday twice

back to day one for me, except that its nothing like day one

Dont want a ciggy dont have cravings for one

only on the lowest dose patch.

My first day one was hard it was a struggle to get it over with

This day one has been a lot easier

I caved in because I lost the reason's why I quit

I remember now

nic demon wont get me that way again

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  • I had a close shave yesterday where I bought, lit up but then thankfully put out. I've no idea why but like you, that was the end of it. Any thoughts I had of smoking, however slight have now gone.

    Many peeps on here gave support and advice and most (actually all I think) pointed towards that being a blip and not a fail. A decision I guess you may have to make now!

    Do you really need to go back to day one or was it just part of the quitting process for you?

    I'll be your first supporter on the latter.

  • Guys this is totally understandable, I am on 9 weeks today and still I feel I could smoke. I won't smoke because I am so far forward and I don't want to smoke.

    Mart I did the same as you on about my forth day I lit one stood and held it in my hand, smelt it, took a drag but didn't inhale it then threw the thing away. I think that is when I realised I did not want to smoke any more that it would no longer be my master.

    It's still hard even now but it's more controllable if that's a word.

    Demented it was just a way of telling you what you no longer want.

    Good luck my friend.

    Jack

  • thanks for the support and understanding

    still going to carry on with my quit

    Bill

  • Hi

    Just to let you know you will do this, keep reading all the signatures on here to reinforce your quit for the next few weeks ,it really helps .

    louisexx

  • Just regard it as a blip, Demented. There were only 2 and it seems you don't have any compulsion to smoke but rather learned that cigs aren't for you anymore. Add it to your experiences and don't look back.

    Make sure that you try to become a lot more resistent to the lure of 'just one'.

    Today's just another day not being chained to the slavery of nicotine.

    Keep on keepin' on,

    Cav

  • Well done getting back to your quit. I think some reading would be a help to you, there are loads in our signatures, it will help you to get your mind thinking about positive things instead of the rubbish we thought about cigarettes.

    Jackie

  • Jackie is dead right, read, read, read, read, read, read, read, read, and read again.

    Here's is two

    forum.nosmokingday.org.uk/s...

    forum.nosmokingday.org.uk/s...

    And there are so much more.

    Jack

  • I second that! Education and the right frame of mind is imperative!! Well done for continuing to quit. It always took me months or years to get back on the wagon after a blip. I'd just cave completely. It shows you must be determined to do it .

  • Good luck on the retry you may have a few starts of this kind before you finally get into a long long quit. btw your signature has a few Jan's that should say feb

    1st quit date : 16th Jan 2010 untill 2nd Feb 10pm

    2nd quit date: 3rd Feb 2010

  • Good luck on the retry you may have a few starts of this kind before you finally get into a long long quit. btw your signature has a few Jan's that should say feb

    1st quit date : 16th Jan 2010 untill 2nd Feb 10pm

    2nd quit date: 3rd Feb 2010

    Lol thanks for letting me know Dont even know what time of year it is anymore deffo getting demented :)

    Fionacox if I didnt get right back to my quit I know it would take me ages to start a new quit plus I cant face going thru the first week again

    it isent easy to carry the quit on after the BLIP but I dont want to smoke anymore

    I am getting cravings like the first week but sooner have them now than smoke and make a new quit date I dont think I could start allover again

    coming on this forum and reading the posts help it keeps youin the right frame of mind

    Bill