Well here I am on yet another quit. Has to be about my dozenth serious quit in the last 6 years, so I'm proud of myself for not ever giving up trying to quit.
I'm 35 on Weds and sick of smoking, its the one aspect of my life I'm really unhappy with. I have a great life otherwise, but smoking is really affecting my health. I always have a tight chest, when I go out it makes me drink more, which in turn makes me smoke more. I don't want to exercise when I smoke, I just use my body as a dumping ground for anything that's bad for me.
Th truth is, I actually enjoy the process of quitting. My problem lies in trying to stay quit, two weeks, a month, two months down the line. So I thought re-joining this forum might be a good way of keeping myself in check this time round. So my reasons are:
-Ridding myself of smoking induced anxiety
-Making my girlfriend happy
-More energy for sex, and better sex
-Waking up with more energy
-Breathing fresh full lungs of air
-Having a better sense of taste and smell.
-Having more money
-Not feeling like a failure in front of family and friends
-Finally living a consistently healthy lifestyle, instead of promising it, then falling off the wagon two days/two weeks/two months later after a mad weekend.
So determined to do it this time.