We can do it!

I am so proud of myself today I just started my second smoking free month and I fell amazing. I don't say i don't have cravings anymore but beside that i noticed many positive changes and those make my will stronger. I smoked 10 years and I just want to leave this bad habit forever. I quit cold turkey. I tried to quit several times before, but couldn't go further than day 1.In my life addictions made many effects as my mother was alcoholic during my teenager years and just recently my brother became isolated in a hospital because of his drug addiction (weed) and that was the last drop for me. I will NOT depend on anything in my life. I want to be different and to prove it for myself I decided to quit smoking. And see guys, i am here, happy, I can do it, you can do it, everything is depend on us and our way of thinking. Love to you all, The power is with us! :) :) :)

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  • :D

    FIRST OF ALL WELCOME TO THE FORUM :D

    AND SECOND

    WELL DONE FOR GETTING TO MONTH 2

    thats a great positive post and keeping a positive mind is the best way to win and so far your doing so well

    onwards and upwards is the way to go :)

    regards

    Carol

  • Thanks Carol, I love this forum because I can get some super positive energy from you guys!

    WE ROCK!

    Have a great smoking free day!

  • :D

    Thats def one of the benefits to this forum and the others are support from people that are either going through the same stages or up ahead

    making some amazing online friends :)

    education about why we smoke and the benefits to quitting

    oh and having a laugh at some of the funny posts :p

    its always a good way to start a day with a laugh :D

  • fantastic well done

    I am so proud of myself today I just started my second smoking free month and I fell amazing. I don't say i don't have cravings anymore but beside that i noticed many positive changes and those make my will stronger. I smoked 10 years and I just want to leave this bad habit forever. I quit cold turkey. I tried to quit several times before, but couldn't go further than day 1.In my life addictions made many effects as my mother was alcoholic during my teenager years and just recently my brother became isolated in a hospital because of his drug addiction (weed) and that was the last drop for me. I will NOT depend on anything in my life. I want to be different and to prove it for myself I decided to quit smoking. And see guys, i am here, happy, I can do it, you can do it, everything is depend on us and our way of thinking. Love to you all, The power is with us! :) :) :)

    Welcome to the forum, what a great positive post. You sound very happy with your decision to quit. Good on you!:)

  • Month 2 - well done you! You're right to be proud - give yourself a pat on the back. It'll soon be month 3! Congratulations! :D

  • Hi guys,

    Thanks for the comments, here I am on day 35 and it is getting easier. Sometimes i really feel like having a smoke, but than I remember the first few days and that "I don't want to do anything and I have nothing to enjoy in my life" feeling, and I wouldn't get that back. I know If I would smoke now, I would became dizzy and that's all. I wish this 1 year will pass fast so I will don't have cravings...actually i think it's only in my mind now. I have to get use to the things what I am doing without a smoke. It is going quiet well, I just noticed today at work. I didn't think about smoking till I saw my collegues having the morning smoke. But I went to have my breakfast instead and I was glad in the elevator when those people stincked all around from the smoke and me not. After work the gym is waiting for me, I find work out a huge help, specially running,it is something to make my will stronger. I feel like Rocky Balboa!!! lol

    Have a great day all,

    Attila

  • Thats a good attitude to have and your doing so well :)

    hope you have a great weekend

    onwards and upwards is the way to go :)

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