Hello everyone, I'm Matt and I've been a smoker for ten years. Ten years can go past very quickly and I'm ready to stop my addiction to nicotine!
Five years ago I had been quit for ten months, but I broke, and started to smoke joints again (I'm now free of the green weed again, that's a different story!) however after a while the nicotine in the joints got me hooked again, and I found myself smoking rollies in the day.
I never meant this to happen again, and after five years of my head in the sand I'm ready to stop again. I hate the "power" nicotine has over me, being an addict is a horrible feeling.
I'm ready to forgive myself and move on to a cleaner, better life. I've just read the easy-way, and I'm feeling really postive, I'm never told my parents I've smoked (How weird is that for a 24 year old) but I'm going to smoke my last rollie in front of them to make this real for me. I read and hear from so many non-smokers who had smoked longer and more then me, I know I'm no different, anyone can be a non-smoker. It's not easy at times but it only gets easy day by day, I know that from when I stopped last time.
I'm really excited about this, and I know having contact with people going through the same thing will help me.
Wish me luck!