Back to Square 1!!

Well after lasting an entire week of being smoke free, I caved after receiving some bad news (no excuse I know) and have spent the last couple of weeks wallowing in a puff of smoke :(

However, having just went out for my morning smoke break at work and stood freezing my ass off in -4 degress whilst receiving "looks of pure pity" from passers by, Ive decided I need to try again.

So tonight i will be looking out my smoke bible (alan carrs easyway) and tomorrow is D day. Fingers crossed for me !!!

Red x

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  • Yay, good for you :) I want to read this Alan Carr book.

    I think you need a bit of a blip to make you compare the two weeks, the smoking one and the non smoking one. You can really see and feel the difference and think ahh I actually prefere the non smoking week and here you are. Congrats :D (if that makes any sense?)

  • Get right back on it!! You can nail this.

    Keep positive and keep posting :)


  • Thanks guys.

    And surferchick I know what you mean, even though I was going through the withdrawal process in my week of no smoking, I was still feeling really positive and noticed a big difference in myself even after a week.

    Im still smoking today but with every draw I am convincing myself how disgusting it is in the hope it makes tomorrow easier.

    Looking forward to a new start and a new me tomorrow!!


  • if u guys are interested there is a dvd for allan carr

    not my links but they r here if u want them

    THE DVD MOVIE IN XVID should play on most dvd players and all pc's


    1 click links



    One month, two weeks, six days, 1 hour, 58 minutes and 16 seconds. 3064 cigarettes not smoked, saving $1,563.11. Life saved: 1 week, 3 days, 15 hours, 20 minutes.

  • If at first you don't succeed...

    Never quit trying to quit Red80.

    The first time you can get through that really bad craving/stressful situation is the time you know you can make the quit stick.

    If you can go a week then you can do it for good.

    Good luck and keep posting :)

  • Thanks folks,

    Thats me halfway through day 1 and coping ok so far (i think i am anyway - others may disagree :D)

    Dont feel too bad other than a bit on edge and like i'm missing something. Ive been here before though (several times!!!) so i know what to expect at this stage.

    Thanks for the support and good luck in your quits

    Red x

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