Day 10 - Really enjoying it

Well my last rollie was 8:15pm on May 4th, the first few days were hard but since then it's just got easier and easier.

I really don't think about it much now, though I'm not going to get too cocky, since I haven't been out much recently and I always smoked more with my friends than at home. But I don't think about one in the morning, after meals, or with a cuppa at all which is strange, after feeling I HAD smoke on these occasions too for soo long.

Sometimes I think about smoking, but I just remind myself that I don't smoke anymore. It's a hard action to break, but I'm sure with more time I'll almost stop thinking about it completely.

I suppose it's all mental now, and I know in my head that I really don't want to smoke for the rest of my life, so if I don't quit now, when am I going to, in all honesty?

Haven't posted in a few days so I thought I stick a update up!

Cheers for everyones support, it's been good reading about others experiences.

Matt

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  • Well done Matt,

    It's good to hear you sounding so positive & happy in your quit. The days will role by quicker & quicker the further into your quit you go.

    Gaynor x

  • I suppose it's all mental now, and I know in my head that I really don't want to smoke for the rest of my life, so if I don't quit now, when am I going to, in all honesty?

    Matt

    So so true. People talk about quitting one day but sometimes that one day is too late. well done and keep it up. :)

  • Hi matt

    well done on your 10 days ...A great place to be ...The mental side is probably the worse i found at first ..it kind of constantly nags you. The more time goes on the nagging does go less.

    Nice to hear your enjoying it. Good to read ..made me smile:)

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