Starting your first smokefree weekend

Physical healing of the body and mind
Kristen Goldx3
Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:57

06 Jan 2006, 22:00 #21

Image For those of you who are coming up on a smoke-free weekend!
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Sal GOLD.ffn
Joined: 16 Jan 2003, 08:00

18 Feb 2006, 08:01 #22

The trick about making it through the weekend is no different that making it through your first day, your second day, or you thousandth day and beyond. It is remembering that to stay smoke free and never have to go through smoking or quitting again simply means to never take another puff!
Joel
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Kristen Goldx3
Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:57

22 Apr 2006, 21:17 #23

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Sal GOLD.ffn
Joined: 16 Jan 2003, 08:00

13 May 2006, 08:40 #24

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No nicotine today.
You're doing it!
One day at a time.
Keep reading.
Your body is healing, your brain is adjusting.
This is a temporary time of adjustment.
It gets better and better.
Celebrate your freedom from nicotine. Image
One day at a time.
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KatieDidIt1999
Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:57

24 Jun 2006, 07:37 #25

Image Kat 171 Free Days
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Marixpress
Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:57

08 Sep 2006, 04:42 #26

I made it through my first week and first weekend just a few days ago. I decided to live life and not run or hide from my triggers. Without getting into specifics, I was triggered in every way possible from an argument, boredom, being around other smokers and going to the bar. I knew it would be difficult but I wasn't prepared for the emotional battle I would experience within. I was almost brought to tears during one particular craving. I am extremely proud to report that I made it through "the gauntlet" -as I like to call it- smoke free and without one single puff. I feel so strong. I know if I made it through that, I can make it through anything. Even if I feel discouraged, I have you all to turn to. A million thanks. <3

Smoke free for 1 Week, 1 Day, 17 hours, 46 minutes and 14 seconds. I have saved $34.08 by not smoking 104 cigarettes. One day at a time.
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Joel
Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:57

03 May 2008, 00:47 #27

Videos to watch the first weekend:
Title Dial Up High Speed MP3 Audio Length Date added
Starting day four of your quit 3.58mb 10.7mb 4.52mb 09:58 11/22/06
Starting day five of your quit 1.77mb 5.26mb 2.18mb 04:50 11/23/06
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SalGold
Joined: 06 Dec 2008, 17:54

06 Feb 2009, 23:28 #28

Image There's a lot of interesting reading to be found here: Topic Index
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balto
Joined: 12 Jul 2009, 19:32

13 Jul 2009, 12:38 #29

Yesterday was the first nicotine free Sunday that I had in more than 30 years. My daughter just hold me and play with me a lot more than she used to. She told me: daddy, you're not stink.
It was a very tought week for me, but it was all worth it. Thanks Whyquit.com very much.
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