Losing a loved one

I've been smoke free for 2 years a 3 months. I lost my beautiful nan suddenley recentley and amazingly the last thing I though about was smoking. My nan was so proud of me for giving up smoking and I will never smoke again. I was a 30 a day smoker for over 20 years. I can't actually believe it myself that i've been off the fags for so long. For all newbys you can do it, Honestly it's the hardest thing in the word to give up but so worthwhile!!!

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  • I've been smoke free for 2 years a 3 months. I lost my beautiful nan suddenley recentley and amazingly the last thing I though about was smoking. My nan was so proud of me for giving up smoking and I will never smoke again. I was a 30 a day smoker for over 20 years. I can't actually believe it myself that i've been off the fags for so long. For all newbys you can do it, Honestly it's the hardest thing in the word to give up but so worthwhile!!!

    Thanks so much for posting :) Sorry to hear of your loss Louiza, but well done for sticking at it. It's proof that, even when things are tough, we don't need filthy cancer sticks to help us through it.

  • Sorry to hear of your loss, I've lost family since quitting and can attest that you don't think about smoking.

    Even driving away from the hospice with tears running down my face, hoping that the end would hurry up and cease the suffering, smoking was never near my thoughts.

    Thank you for posting, your nan was right to be proud of you and you should also be very proud of yourself.

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