Congratulations Bud! I'd like to know if you feel better. I've smoked about 40 years, but inconsistently--sometimes a pack a day, sometimes only 1 or 2 smokes a day. Keep up the good work, and let me know if you feel better!View Thread
All I can say is "don't smoke." I have 2 smokes left in a box--so maybe I'm not qualified yet to preach--but I CAN tell that every time I've quit for a few days, I have really had NO withdrawal symptoms. I exercise and walk a lot--can you do that? It really helps keep the mood good. Best wishes to you!View Thread
Hello everyone. I don't have much to say except I want to quit smoking. I've tried this repeatedly; I exercise almost an hour every day, do not overeat, and am still in good shape for a 59 year old. I have 2 smokes left in a box, and I don't want to buy any more. I want this to be my last day to smoke.View Thread
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