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Sep 14, 07, 09:39 AM #16Originally Posted by sportsfan41
Good luck to all of those trying to quit and hang in there.Advertisement
Sep 14, 07, 09:47 AM #17Originally Posted by Pepper II
Sep 14, 07, 01:21 PM #18
Originally Posted by mcpapa
- Join Date
- Oct 03
- Let me tell you something about hard times, brother!!!!
Sep 14, 07, 08:08 PM #19Quit in 1986 , but I did not smoke very much, but I didn't tell anyone.
Sep 14, 07, 08:41 PM #20Have been quit since 2002, just over 5 years. The first 3 months were the hardest. It became progressively easier with time. KEEP UP THE FIGHT! YOU CAN DO IT!!!
Sep 17, 07, 12:29 PM #21
Working on day 8. Some cravings, not as bad or as long. I really miss the relaxation part of smoking more than anything. I wasn't aware of how I used smoking to reward myself, sort of a prolonged victory cigar.
- Join Date
- Apr 07
- Where should I be?
Anyway, I think I'll make it if nothing drastic happens. I'm not handling adversity, frustration, or anger very well at all right now. It's definitely not a good time to annoy me.