It seems like a never ending battle with what goes on between our will to quit and

It seems like a never ending battle with what goes on between our will to quit and

Joined: April 21st, 2006, 2:13 pm

May 1st, 2012, 11:22 pm #1

to stay quit and the addiction we're tied to.
You have to give it your all and not give in to what your body is dictating to your mind.
YOUR future is what you make of it.
YOU have the power to turn it around.
Don't ever give up on yourself.

Quit smoking on March 31, 2006
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"Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is courage to continue that counts." ... W. Churchill ...

"You cannot lift a thousand pounds all at once. Yet you can lift one pound a thousand times." ... Ralph Marston

"One half of knowing what you want is knowing what you must give up before you get it." ~Sidney Howard


Joined: August 15th, 2002, 1:24 am

May 2nd, 2012, 2:45 am #2

short term relief to a craving that will eventually go away on it's own. Allowing myself to buy into the "short term relief" of having a smoke means I give up my longer term goal of being healthy, happy and whole. Nope, not buying into that lie again!!

Quit One Day at a Time on April 19,2012
Word of wisdom from Craig: "Things work out best for those that make the best of the way things work out"

Quitting puts the addiction to sleep ~ one puff will wake it up
If I romance it ~ I chance it

<i>The greatest gift you can give yourself is a little bit of your own attention ... Anthony J. D'Angelo

Sometimes, when we quit, we find out that one of the reasons we smoked was because we were constantly allowing our boundaries to be over-run. Which didn't feel good. Anesthesia, here I come...
A wise nugget from Rose </i>

Joined: March 4th, 2002, 10:53 pm

May 2nd, 2012, 3:05 pm #3

that's why smoking was such a lie. It did nothing but top off our drug and give us that "relief"..................LOL what a joke!!!

SO glad you are choosing life Dawna!!


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