Hi some of you may or may not remember me my user name was Jack. I tried sending a message to be reinstated with my old username but I did not get a reply so I'm using a different username jackagain to come back on the forum. Anyway if you had asked me a year ago could I stop smoking I would have said NO!!
I have put this on day one in the hope it may help some of you just starting out or trying again for the umteenth time. It can be done I smoked for 52 years and today I'm going into day one, year two.
It's not easy and only you can do it, it gets easier then harder then easier again. But each time it gets easier again it's earier than the last time.
I still at times feel an urge but now that's all it is and unless something drastic happens I will never smoke again.
I have not got off scott free, I have been diagnosed as having a mild Cronic Brochitis.
I hope this will help you guys who are beginning this long but does not have to be a lonely road there's others on here who will help, THEY All HELPED ME!!!
I don't want praise many before me have done this and many more will again. Alex well done hun on keeping going you were not forgotten I got lost.
These are my figures after one year may help the trying:
Quit time: 1 year,
cigarettes not smoked: 7,295
Money saved: £2,305.34
Life saved: 3 weeks 4 days 7hrs 55mins