Out of the Ashes

Today for the first time since quitting Jan 19th. I feel GOOD. Praise God!

It has been a trudge and a spell of depression, but today.... I can see the light :). Last night I sat down with my OH and my daughters and apologized for what a tough lady I've been in the last month. I definetly Give God the Glory for any and all success I have had, It was not my own strength that got me here. I have also had to apologize for all the times in the last month that I yelled at God. lol

For anyone struggling through, as I did.... It's worth it!:)

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  • I hear ya

    Today for the first time since quitting Jan 19th. I feel GOOD. Praise God!

    It has been a trudge and a spell of depression, but today.... I can see the light :). Last night I sat down with my OH and my daughters and apologized for what a tough lady I've been in the last month. I definetly Give God the Glory for any and all success I have had, It was not my own strength that got me here. I have also had to apologize for all the times in the last month that I yelled at God. lol

    For anyone struggling through, as I did.... It's worth it!:)

    Jubilee,

    I hear you loud and clear had a tough week still not over the hill but there is a lot of strength and power in prayer.

    Happy that you feel better, keep it up.:D

  • Fellow Jan 19 quitter

    Hi Jubilee - good girl!!

    Prayer & / or meditation are superb ways to quit smoking. They bypass the conscious self which is simply a chauffeur on the journey of quitting smoking. The directions are given by the subconscious & prayer & meditation do their magic there.

    Grumpy1 - so glad to see you're getting over your tough week.

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