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1/1/11 11:22 P

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AHHHH. 12 hours into quitting and im dying!!! seriously. i cant sleep, i feel super anxious. i feel like im having MORE trouble breathing. this sucks sucks sucks. according to healthline.com though my carbon monoxide levels are back to normal now, so thats cool haha. but seriously, this is harder than i remember :(

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12/28/10 7:42 A

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Ok, I have 5 cigerettes left and I dont want to buy anymore. I want to be done. I am not a huge smoker. The hardest time for me is in the morning when I get up. I feel great when I exercise and I know I will feel even better when I quit. Does anyone have any suggestions for getting through the craving parts.......

I just have to tell myself I can do this.

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12/27/10 1:11 P

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Well done Sam! I am very familiar with that "moment", when something in the mind triggers a need that is quite insane. That moment when all reason "goes out the door" all the work done is forgotten, and all there is the need to smoke!

I was experiencing the same thing on the 6th day (Christmas day) hanging in there until my neighbor brought over a small gift...a well intentioned "gift" of tea and cigarettes. He meant well and I think he was feeling that he "owed" me as I have helped him out when he was short. So I caved...

Going to get back on the "wagon" when they are gone, don't have the resolve to just throw them out. I don't want to make excuses but living alone seems to make it more difficult. No friends close by so it is appears easy to "pick up".

Your courage in your battle is inspiring! Congrats and God Bless! emoticon

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12/27/10 9:05 A

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For some reason I had the most overwhelming compulsion to smoke yesterday. It took over every fiber of my being. My brain was fried, the only way I felt safe was to get home drink some water and hit the couch. This is certainly not how I thought I would feel with 41 days under my belt. I was nearly insane with the urge to smoke. It wasnt physical but omg was it mental.

Honestly I have felt great about my quit and have a great attitude about it. It is truly the best thing I have ever done for myself. My concious mind has no need or want to smoke at all. But gosh darn something in the back of my mind caught fire yesterday and I was a mess. Not sure if it was getting through the holidays, a bad day at work or just because. I have really no idea. But I felt totally alone and like the world was going to swallow me whole.

Thankfully my quit is intact and that I made through another day. I would have posted yesterday but our internet went down because of the storm. I did call a friend as well as my wife and walked through it but boy was it a tough afternoon.

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12/22/10 12:03 P

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WOO HOO Day 2 of not smoking. The Lord kept His promise and freed me of the "thorn" in my life. Of course I had to get out of His way. Surrender, believe and have faith. I don't know why it takes me so long to finally "get it" ! This is not the first time I have experienced "surrender", Let go Let God but when I do I always wonder "how is He going to pull this one off". When He does I see and I know it is the almighty hand of Yahweh providing the grace through His love.

But the craving are terrible... I HATE THEM! No wonder it is so hard to surrender. I am going to stuff what ever I have to in my mouth for the next 2 days as it takes about that long for the nicotine to be flushed out. Speaking of which ...more water!!!
Thank you Yeshua, for this freedom, my friends and all the tools of help you have given me! Including this site! emoticon

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12/5/10 4:51 P

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I'm on day 110, and today has been really nasty for some reason. Craving like crazy. But, this too will pass. :) Hang in there everybody.

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11/13/10 12:45 P

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Today is day 1 for me and the cravings are so intense! I really want to stop. I am going to chew a lot of nicotine gum today.

For he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.

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11/11/10 7:12 P

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I have bummed cigs from my son-in-law and after a puff or two I realize how icky they taste and give it back to him. But even though I realize they aren't going to be as good as I imagine I still find myself craving one or a pack every now and then. I see someone smoking in their car as I'm driving along and the cravings start. It's just a little insane!

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11/10/10 9:31 A

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Thanks - I am doing much better today, except for a bit of a sugar hangover. I drowned my craving in some Ben and Jerry's last night. So much for making it to the Y to run... Oh well, I've already got 2 miles in this morning with the pup, and the BF and I will be hitting the Y tonight so I know I'll get a good run in. Thanks for the support. I do like the leaf burning idea - I have a yard full of them and a fire pit that's looking a little lonely since summer's over. :)

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“Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; but, remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.” Epicurus, philosopher

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11/10/10 9:24 A

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Hang in there Annie. Day 6 was horrible for me but I survived. I burned off a bunch of fall leaves that night just to be able to light something and stand in the smoke! I have found that sunflower seeds, cinammon toothpicks, and straws are helping me with this battle. We can do this and it is going to be so worth it. (Love your animal quotes- I am a big animal lover and have rescued many. Spending time with the furry kiddos is helping me through this too.) Keep fighting.

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11/9/10 8:03 P

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Yesterday was a full week and while it wasn't a breeze, it was a hell of a lot easier than today has been. I woke up craving a cigarette and no matter what I do, the craving keeps coming back. I know the actual physical part of getting the nicotine out of my system is done, it's just the psychological crap that I have to go through. God this sucks! I want to go to the Y but I am seriously afraid to leave the house because I'm afraid I'm going to stop at a gas station and buy cigarettes.

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Lots of people talk to animals.... Not very many listen, though.... That's the problem.
- Benjamin Hoff, The Tao of Pooh

“Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; but, remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.” Epicurus, philosopher

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11/5/10 2:57 P

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This is day 6 and I think it's getting worse instead of better. I am consumed with thoughts of smoking. I keep thinking I can go buy a pack- no one will know but me. I want to be free of this terrible habit - I should be stronger than this. How can you know in your mind how horrible smoking is for you but then all you can think about is smoking??? I'm ashamed to be controlled by SMOKING. I have to get this in check or it's going to be a bad weekend filled with smoking and guilt....trying to hang in there. emoticon

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11/3/10 9:54 P

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SBATES63: thank you! I was feeling terribly abnormal. I am trying to get in as much fiber as possilbe. LOL. Can't wait until this evens out a bit.

Live your life in such a way that when your feet hit the floor in the morning, Satan shudders and says....'Oh, crap....she's awake."


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11/3/10 1:57 P

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JUJUBIG-I have the same problem when I quit. I made sure the last time I had lots and lots of fibre for a couple of days to get things going. It more or less got better after that. By the time a couple of weeks went by, all went back to normal.

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11/3/10 1:43 P

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Day 5. Had two ciggarettes last friday and two ciggarettes last thursday. Totally bummed because this friday would have been 21 days. Oh well. Wanted to buy a pack Saturday and didn't. I knew it wouldn't make me feel any better.

Biggest obstacle: my digestive system almost completely shut down whenver I try to quit. Sorry if that's TMI. But it's annoying. I have quit for weeks before only to buy a pack so I can jump start my tummy!

Live your life in such a way that when your feet hit the floor in the morning, Satan shudders and says....'Oh, crap....she's awake."


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10/30/10 1:54 P

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Day one no smokes. I am experiencing some cravings. I want to keep reminding myself why I quit. My goal is to post my reasons every day.

Reasons why I quit:

My teeth are yellow

Save approximately $140 a month!

I'm tired of smelling like them.

I'm tired of hiding them

For he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.

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10/26/10 10:26 A

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Sandy, don't give in. I found it hard around the 2 week mark too. The big thing was to try and think about something else and it will pass. Go for walks, pick up a hobby you've been neglecting, something like that. I'll be cheering for you.

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10/26/10 6:20 A

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Ok. This makes day 11 of no smoking for me. I was told the first week was the hardest. So not true. I didn't even think about smoking the first 6 days, now that's all I think about. I have increased my coffee consumption and try to keep my hands busy but I have this strong craving I just can't get rid of.

Its about progress, not perfection.

Do not wait for your ship to come in...swim out to it!

Ultimate goal to lose 100 pounds the same way I gained it. Oned pound at a time.

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10/17/10 9:23 P

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Great for you Debra!! Congrats on your jouney of not smoking, best of luck and continue to succeed on this goal. Just take one day at a time, minute by minute.

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10/16/10 2:22 P

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Wow - jogging for an hour is fantastic I try to do 3 miles 4xweek but now I'm on day 2 for cigs

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10/15/10 10:08 P

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Day 5 still smoke free!!!!! I'm loving it, I even started jogging for one entire hour every day. I know my lungs are saying "thank you" to me for allowing them to breath freely... lol

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10/13/10 10:59 P

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Please everyone, do not get discourage for having one cigarettes. Just make sure you dont have another and create the pattern again. I am on day 3 smoke free and I feel fantastic, have to admit I struggled for a good one hour today fighting off the cravings. I chew trident gum sticks the one with xylitol. Xylitol supposely helps with smoking cravings. I believe its what helped me the first time I quit for 8 months ( but truthly i believe its more mentally than anything else). Our minds are very powerful, lets use it in strong positive way to help us out of smoking. Every time you have a cigarrette and feel bad, just think of how u actually felt when you smoked an entired pack a day!!! Best of luck to all us and lets do this all together!!! WE CAN DO IT!!!

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10/13/10 2:20 P

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Well i guess i just couldn't take it anymore and i broke down and bought a pack of cigerettes today..Ugh I've only smoked one but I know I'll have another before the day is out. I'm trying not to beat myself up but I've worked so hard this past year to get 38 pounds off and I've already put 5 back on. I know smoking is not the answer but it did it anyway.

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10/13/10 2:13 P

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I care, and I feel your pain. I made it 15 hours today, and just went to the store and bought a pack. The sad thing is it didn't make me feel any better. To be honest it made me feel worse!! I feel like a loser who is letting down my family. I am going to keep today's cigarettes to a BARE minimum and then start again in the morning. I am going to do this and so are you. I've been chewing gum so that I don't eat. Lots and lots of gum. Maybe this would help you too? I am also going to cut some straws in 1/2. A counselor once told me to take a deep drag on a plain straw each time my cravings got out of hand. This lets the lungs expand because most smokers only take deep breaths when smoking. Like I said, it may be slow, but we will do this, and we will continue working towards a healthy lifestyle. YOU CAN DO IT!!! emoticon

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10/13/10 11:01 A

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You can do it. If you did it for 8 months once, you can quit for good. Remember that it gets easier and easier as time goes on.

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10/12/10 8:27 P

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Hello to everyone! I've been a smoker for almost 15 yrs and just yesterday I decided I'm done with smoking. I can slowly but surely feel how it will eat my health up and I need to stop. This is my second attempt in 15 yrs to quit, hopefully my last. First time I quit for 8 months. Happy to say i am on day 2 smoke free and feeling great, no cravings so far.

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10/11/10 7:17 P

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I feel like everybody is doing good - I've not had a cigerette for 3 weeks!!!!!

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10/10/10 1:29 P

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It has been a month for me also, and I am really wanting to light up again, but I know how long it took me to even get this far, and that I can' just have one. Jewel

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10/8/10 4:53 P

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Time to pick yourself up and start all over again. And haven't most of us been there at sometime or another. I haven't had even one puff for over 20 months but I still consider myself a smoker I just have to 6tell myself I choose not to smoke!
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9/18/10 1:05 P

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You can do this. Use whatever self-talk you need to get through the initial panic/craving stages. Use distraction, gum, etc.

Angela, Co-lead of No More Smoking

JUST BELIEVE and anything can happen!

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9/15/10 11:49 P

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Thanx hun that makes me feel better and makes me feel like I can do it! =)

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You don't need luck. You did it for a month, you can do it for good. Just one day at a time. Keep close to this team for support. We're pulling for you.

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9/15/10 7:05 P

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I went a whole month being smoke free, then started back, I decided last week I was gonna try to quit but I only cut down to less than half a pack, the last couple days have been less than that. Today I only smoked 3, I can feel myself getting better cause I really want to quit. Tomorrow I will not go back to the store to get anymore. Wish me luck.

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9/13/10 11:34 A

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Sorry I didn't get online sooner. We do care. I hope you are making out OK. The first couple of days are really hard. It just gets easier and easier after that. And you start to feel better physically, too, once that poisin gets out of your system. Don't give up on us. You just picked a bad time. Stephanie emoticon

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9/11/10 3:06 P

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well i guess no one cares

God Bless!


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9/11/10 2:34 P

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I havent had a cig since 10 last night the craving is really bad right now the kids are stressing me out, i cant stop eating I want a cig! HELP

God Bless!


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9/1/10 3:14 P

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I have been smoke free for almost 19 months but still have a craving now and then. I tell myself I choose not to smoke. And seeing smoking on TV for some reason can be a craving trigger.

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I made it 120 days or so with hardly a craving. Then hubby had a couple of slips, but is back on track. But for some reason, that started this mental craving to smoke. Not for a cigarette, just to smoke. It comes and goes but that little evil elf on my shoulder keeps yelling in my ear "one won't hurt!". It's driving me nuts. I keep reminding myself that if I smoke I won't be able to run and ride my bike and I love those things. So far it's working but I am tired and a bit afraid of this fixation.

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Well yesterday was a bust.. :-( TODAY WILL BE VICTORY

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oh I totally understand. I never thought about the people on tv smoking until I am trying to quit.... grrr . My husband keeps changing his mind on quitting and saying "Tomorrow" and I tell myself that even if he buys cigs. I won't smoke but once I smell them I'm a gonner... I just wish he would stick to it. We have been on this see/saw for over a month now.

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Yes I do too. I notice I get cravings when I see people smoking on tv or in movies.

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With you there! Hope you made it through the night.

I'm looking for my inner athlete, but I'm afraid I may have eaten her. If I'm very quiet I can hear her screams of terror.


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Fight with BF is making old habit die hard... 41 days nicotine/smoke free... don't want to ruin it! ARGH!




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7/24/10 3:49 P

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i just wantded to send c0nd0linces i kn0w h0w hard it is t0 l0se a pet.i just l0st my cat that i l0ved very much that was like my baby.ur very str0ng n keep up the go0d w0rk quitter=)


m0ther first

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2days super hard for me im hecka irritated n just want a cig,i h0pe i make it thr0ugh still cigarette freee

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Yesterday was a really hard day for me. Up til now I've had occasional cravings but nothing serious.

My 16 year old dog left us yesterday and I've never wanted a cigarette so badly in my life. I sat at my desk in my office and cried off and on all day. Luckily my bosses are huge animal lovers as well and totally understood.

But I stood strong and did not give in and smoke. After 3 1/2 months I am still a quitter. If I can get through yesterday, I really believe I can make it through anything and not pick up a cigarette.



The journey is the reward.


If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.
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I've been struggling w/ this too since May up until then I was smole free for 18 months. Going camping next week will be hard to se my husband smoking all the time. Hope I can handel it. I want to be smoke free again emoticon

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sradavis i totally get where you're coming from hubby smokes, and has so far made no attempt to quit. Says he's waiting for me to make 6 weeks. Random much? Makes it really hard! Nothing will make it easier, you just have to have that mindset. I know that's not much help, but you are not alone. I keep trying to tell myself that resisting constant temptation at home will make me stronger when I'm facing temptation at a bar or something.
I've kept a "back-up"cigarette in my medicine cabinet. I stashed it there for the usual failure on day one, and there it's stayed. YAY ME! Point being, it's sat in the medicine cabinet in the bathroom for 30 days now. Can you say ick? If ever I give into temptation I have to smoke that one first.

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I've only been smoking a year but its a year too long for me. I want to quit for many reasons, health, career in fitness, but motivation and strength makes it hard to stop. I am around those who smokes everyday including my boyfriend, and close sister i spend alot of time with

Joining this group will motivate me to quit I'm sure of it :) Already cut intake of smoking by 50%!



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This is an extremely important thread, and can make all the difference to someone going through a moment of weakness during their quit.

However its awkward to follow, with responses to different people getting mixed up.

It should be a separate forum, rather than just a thread under the 'General Team Discussion Forum'.

Just like the 'panic button' in the main SP forums.



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