Day 3 babysteps

I made it to day 3 :D I can't believe it myself :rolleyes: . I blame this forum hahahah. :D

It's not so much the cravings I have to deal with but the constant thought "and now a cigarette" popping in my head.

I had thoughts , do I really want to go through all this again ?...and today I am felling so strong and my answer is 'YES and I will get through it '.

This feeling can change quickly and I know I will struggle , but I enjoy it while it lasts (smiles)

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  • your doing brill

    its not u having thoughts of 'do i want to go through this again' thats mr nicotine having those thoughts but your not going along with him

    u have fought and beat him in the past and u can for sure do it again u have had the taste of freedom and that is stronger than the addiction in the end

    i have faith in you keep going

  • Thank you boo , I needed that :o

    I know it could be worse ! I used to have horrible cravings when I stopped, but for now I am okish .

    I keep going :D

  • Well done Dorset, you're doing really well! After day 3, the amount of cravings will probably go right down!!

  • Tombo

    if it doesn't , I come back and will have a word with you :p

    It will get easier...every hr , every day, I just have to remember it :D

  • Doing Fab Dorset!

  • Thank you Stav.....its not easy at the moment.

    I am glad I 've got you people on here to keep me going :D

  • Thank you Stav.....its not easy at the moment.

    I am glad I 've got you people on here to keep me going :D

    Yeah, we're all here for you! There are so many of us, new ones starting all the time :p which is all good news :D

  • Mood changes are common after quitting

    smoking as a result of nicotine withdrawal. They

    will be especially pronounced if you have been

    using cigarettes to manage your moods and

    relieve stress, depression, or anxiety, for

    example. After quitting, you may be more

    irritable, frustrated, restless, angry, or

    despondent than usual. You may also experience

    headaches, trouble sleeping, and difficulty in

    concentrating. However, these changes usually

    get better in 1 or 2 weeks as the toxins are

    flushed from your body and you find other,

    healthy ways to manage your moods. Let your

    friends and family know that you won’t be your

    usual self and ask for their understanding.

  • new ones starting all the time which is all good newshttp://www.imgquick.com/images/43.gif

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