October 16 New Quit Date: I had 7 months of... - No Smoking Day

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October 16 New Quit Date

Roxie80
Roxie806 Months Smoke Free

I had 7 months of being smoke free and a panic attack spoiled that on October 4. I have smoked two cigarettes a day since then but today is the time to begin again. I think I need to learn some coping skills.

My sister and niece really told me off when they found out I was smoking. They didn’t take into consideration that maybe it was hard to give up 7 months. I am only human and I make mistakes and didn’t deserve that. My pulmonologist was even understanding and encouraged me. I will have to work on getting rid of this resentment but I am so mad.

Thanks for listening. I hope everyone has a great smoke free day.

6 Replies
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Chin up Roxie, you’ll smash it this time. Panic attacks are horrible, you deal with them the best way you know how.

Roxie80
Roxie806 Months Smoke Free in reply to Slakkers

Thanks for your support. I giving it all I got this time.

Hurdles along the way! It’s about getting back to it I understand and feel you roxie I hope the next time is better and longer! 💙

Roxie80
Roxie806 Months Smoke Free in reply to bbss24

Thanks for the encouragement. I will begin again soon and stick to it. If I did it for 7 months I can do it again. I just have to convince my mind.

Quit4Money
Quit4Money1 Year Smoke Free

Ya shaming never works, and as if they don't have their own issues. I hope you can find a treatment that addresses panic attacks because that's a hard thing to live with. Take care of you and keep reaching out.

Roxie80
Roxie806 Months Smoke Free in reply to Quit4Money

Thanks for your reply. It is hard starting over but I will soon. I have to just think about today and do my best not to smoke. It’s harder than I thought.

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