Apparently I gave up my bronchial inhaler!

Apparently I gave up my bronchial inhaler!

I guess the cigs were also tricking me into thinking I had bronchial occurred to me this morning that I've not used my bronchial inhaler once in the last month! My month quit is Friday, so I may be rounding a day or two here.

I still continue to feel better by the day and stronger and feel like a true nonsmoker. It's no longer a joke to me. I have actually done this.

I had lunch with a girlfriend yesterday and told her I quit and she asked if I'd ever tried before and I said yes, it lasted 4 days. But this time it's just different, I want to smoke, but I don't want to smoke. I know it stinks, but yet it doesn't smell bad to me. I miss it, but I don't. It really is an evil little trick.

Keep going strong all my fellow nonsmokers!

I've said it before and will keep saying it, I'm so thankful for this site and all of y'all for your support.

Plus, I do also love the different terms and accents on here! LOL

Happy hump day all!


5 Replies

  • Thank you for sharing this with us Coco, its a great post :) :) and its lovely to hear your not having to use your inhaler now :)

    Yeah, its funny how that mr nic and co can fool / trick our minds eh :o there is a post called ''Little sweet Angel and Little red Devil'' its on the Pinned Posts, have a read at that :)

    Your doing ever so well Coco :) and am just flippin loving it :) :)

    Remember NOPE, Not One Puff Ever :) and you wont go wrong :) :)

  • Loving the pic and thanks for sharing your post😊

    Brilliant news about your inhaler, this really tells how very well you're doing👏🏼

    Keep up the great quit you have Coco👍🏼😊x

  • that is awesome coco :) :)

  • About a month into quitting it dawned on me that I hadn't had a sinus headache for a whole month - used to have them nearly every day -- wasn't smoking fun?

    Keep up the GREAT work CoCo!

  • Well done Coco, you're doing so well.

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