No Smoking Day
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back at day 3

I was last here over 2year's ago. Back then I was using champix and I lasted a few weeks before having the odd 1 here and there. then I was back full time smoking before I knew it. I've tried a few quits since then and not lasted more than a couple of days so at the start of the year I got a new script for champix and have quit again. Hopefully for the last time.

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Good to meet you too. Thanks


Hello come on in close the door, kettle on, great decision to quit , those days are passing nicely your doing great, as you know we are a lovely bunch on here with a huge collective knowledge on various methods of quitting, so please post and read.

I did notice you said hopefully in your quest for freedom of the nicotine, let's say this is the quit that counts, because you are doing it your quitting, that's brilliant


Hello LBP they say quitting is like a puzzle and each time we quit we gain a new piece which helps to complete the puzzle and I feel that's true for a lot of us. Well done for trying again


Welcome Home Lungs (good name by the way! :))

With the lovely lot on the forum to support and encourage you I am sure that this time you'll find your quit is the Forever Quit.

I shall look forward to hearing how it is all going and will (of course) be cheering you onwards.


Thank you all for the warm welcome!!! Tracey i'm with you, this is the quit that counts!!! no more hopefully about it. As Gerti said this is like a puzzle and I see the experiences of failing my last quit as finding the last piece in the puzzle i.e. dont get cocky, you cant get away with a cheaky cig with the lads and expect not to start the cycle again.

Now I have to take all the pieces and day by day put them together.


Welcome back Lungs :) good luck with this x


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