Have you noticed some of these "lost" long-term quits?

Joined: 13 Nov 2008, 14:04

17 Jun 2014, 17:52 #101


Joined: 24 Jul 2014, 02:49

08 Dec 2014, 02:24 #102

I have lost count on how many quits and relapses I have had, and all it takes is that one puff. Now that I am more educated, I know not to find an excuse to have that puff, 1=all, take one day at a time and login to freedom if I have a weak moment. I feel free at long last that at 64 years old, that I will succeed permanently. I do not want to go through those 72 hours again, nor do I want my life to be dictated by an addiction.

When I did smoke, although enjoyable, I felt guilty, weak and stupid, knowing I was doing something that was a serious health issue, let alone a social one, hense I was a closet smoker and nicotine gum chewer.

My name is Candy, and I am a nicotine addict.
I have stopped nicotine for 4 months, 19 days, 22 hours, 17 minutes and 7 seconds (141 days).

I've not smoked 2,29 death sticks, and saved $535.35.
I've saved 7 days, 9 hours and 24 minutes of my life.

Joined: 28 Oct 2013, 01:33

02 Jul 2016, 01:18 #103

Almost 3 years!

Thank you for this post. My quit date is 10/14/13,  I haven't been to the site in awhile, but had a couple of quick thoughts in the last couple of days out of nowhere, they were quick, and gone as fast as they came.  But I haven't thought of cigarettes in months, so it threw me off a little.    I'm glad there is somewhere for me to go to get some reinforcement for my quit.  I will not ever smoke again. NTAP