I read somewhere that quitting "isn't rocket science". In other words, keep it simple. Quit for right this minute and don't worry about how you will make it through tomorrow or next week. It's now that matters and you are not smoking right now. Some minutes may be harder to get through than others, but educate yourself on what's going on with your body when you quit and celebrate each smoke free breath you take!
I quit cold turkey this time. It has been a week and I have not even wanted to light up....not saying that I haven't struggled with my addiction. But I am keeping it simple. I need to quit, there is no good reason to smoke, and I am worth this! It isn't rocket science....just don't do it.View Thread
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