Good evening NSD'ers
I quit 1,000 days ago,
I'm amazed myself as my 50 day quit I will tell you wasn't a happy bunny. (As this link shows).
At 100 days was feeling a little more positive than at 50 but at 10 x 100 days things are a breeze. Thoughts only creep in now at unusual tense situations and when booze is on board.
If I can do it so can you, however you choose to quit, when the chips are down and the choice is in your face, do you smoke or do you give everything which you have already battled against, up?
At 1,000 days I've nearly lived 3 years without smoking, but each day for the early days not smoking is a choice and at times a battle and I truly believe 1,000 days is not possible without slaying some demons. I dreamed of waking up from a coma after a year in the early days but now I realise it won't hellp because I won't have lived a year without smoking. You can only triumph by slaying your smoking demons, you've got to want in spite of any challenge.
Onwards and upwards.