Day 6

Wow, never thought I'd actually get here. Has been a weird old few days, cravings have definitely been less, but I have been super emotional.

Last night was a prime example, my other half was teasing me (just silly playful teasing, something we do a lot normally) and I burst into tears, not just a few either, proper big fat sobbing tears. Felt soo stupid, was even saying to him that it was stupid as he felt awful that he had made me cry. Anyone else get uber emotional like this?

Hope you all are enjoying a lovely smoke free Sunday.

Ems xx

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  • I have certainly been there! It's even worse than pregnancy hormones and mood swings!!! It does seem to get a bit better though!

    Hang in there - you are doing fab!

  • Wow, never thought I'd actually get here. Has been a weird old few days, cravings have definitely been less, but I have been super emotional.

    Last night was a prime example, my other half was teasing me (just silly playful teasing, something we do a lot normally) and I burst into tears, not just a few either, proper big fat sobbing tears. Felt soo stupid, was even saying to him that it was stupid as he felt awful that he had made me cry. Anyone else get uber emotional like this?

    Hope you all are enjoying a lovely smoke free Sunday.

    Ems xx

    Oh yes!! I remember those days! You just have to laugh at yourself. Sometimes I would cry for no reason at all. I remember the first time was at breakfast in a restaurant on my 3rd day. :o So - I think it is very normal to feel so emotional. You hang in there!!!!!! It is soooo worth it!

  • quitting is a big thing to deal with and cope with you have to retrain your brain to think differently than before kind of get it to think like it did years ago the way i see it is ive 36723 cigarettes not smoked but i figure in my life ive smoked like 500,000 of the crap sticks so ive got a long way to go before the scales start tipping the other way or even balance out but with every one i dont have thats one more that im closer to it.

    quitting is all in the head - it takes a long time to really kick it but it definately gets easier

    cheers

    gra

    One year, eight months, three days, 1 hour, 27 minutes and 9 seconds. 36723 cigarettes not smoked, saving $20,932.47. Life saved: 18 weeks, 1 day, 12 hours, 15 minutes.

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