:P Thats how I feel at the moment

:P Thats how I feel at the moment

Joined: March 9th, 2012, 3:57 am

March 23rd, 2012, 12:13 am #1

Having a rough moment. Had a day that I had to tell myself, thank goodness I don't smoke because imagine how many cigs I would have been smoking. Well, by time I got home I wanted a cig so badly that I was struggling with my mood and my determination.
My husband said "you are crabby today"....why yes...yes I am thank you for pointing that out. I said I wanted a cigarette, he said he was proud of me. I asked him to tell me what he notices that is better. He said I smell better....(that has been my biggest motivation, so that felt good) Then he said I am less wrinkly..........what?? Ok I am cantankerous right at the moment and my husband just told me I have less wrinkles, it should be a compliment because that is how he means it....however....in the mood I am in I am thinking ok so when the heck did I get wrinkly? I am 35. And I let him know the reason I look less wrinkly is because the weight I gained is filling in the wrinkles thank you very much. I believe that was a super long run on sentence.

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March 23rd, 2012, 1:29 am #2

less wrinkly! What a sweetheart tho of a husband you have! I had to announce to my family that I would be a #*^$$ and say things I probably didn't mean......but I WAS quitting smoking and no matter WHAT I was going to do this so just forgive me right off the bat and put up with it. They were so glad I was quitting that they DID put up with it!! I remember being so mad at my husband that I cracked the door, took a pen and "smoked" a fake cig while arguing with him. I didn't care WHAT I looked like cause by George, nothing and no one was going to "make" me smoke! Sounds like you have some support going on. I did too. That's good.

Keep up the good work Micky. You are doing this and if you choose so, you never have to do it again!
and....................omg how I wish I would have been wise enough to quit at your age!! I would have had SO SO SO much more time away from my addiciton and with my family!

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March 23rd, 2012, 2:31 am #3

Having a rough moment. Had a day that I had to tell myself, thank goodness I don't smoke because imagine how many cigs I would have been smoking. Well, by time I got home I wanted a cig so badly that I was struggling with my mood and my determination.
My husband said "you are crabby today"....why yes...yes I am thank you for pointing that out. I said I wanted a cigarette, he said he was proud of me. I asked him to tell me what he notices that is better. He said I smell better....(that has been my biggest motivation, so that felt good) Then he said I am less wrinkly..........what?? Ok I am cantankerous right at the moment and my husband just told me I have less wrinkles, it should be a compliment because that is how he means it....however....in the mood I am in I am thinking ok so when the heck did I get wrinkly? I am 35. And I let him know the reason I look less wrinkly is because the weight I gained is filling in the wrinkles thank you very much. I believe that was a super long run on sentence.

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Glad u have a sense of humor..that can save us from losing our minds n our quits. Hang in there : )
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March 23rd, 2012, 3:12 am #4

Having a rough moment. Had a day that I had to tell myself, thank goodness I don't smoke because imagine how many cigs I would have been smoking. Well, by time I got home I wanted a cig so badly that I was struggling with my mood and my determination.
My husband said "you are crabby today"....why yes...yes I am thank you for pointing that out. I said I wanted a cigarette, he said he was proud of me. I asked him to tell me what he notices that is better. He said I smell better....(that has been my biggest motivation, so that felt good) Then he said I am less wrinkly..........what?? Ok I am cantankerous right at the moment and my husband just told me I have less wrinkles, it should be a compliment because that is how he means it....however....in the mood I am in I am thinking ok so when the heck did I get wrinkly? I am 35. And I let him know the reason I look less wrinkly is because the weight I gained is filling in the wrinkles thank you very much. I believe that was a super long run on sentence.

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You are really doing this

Cheers Annaree from Oz





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