I was once so frightened of quitting
I really believed that the sky would fall in
Today my one great fear is not of quitting, but of smoking
I am now more fearful of taking it up, than.I ever was of quitting
So hold on to your quit
Be proud of it
Whether it is a day old or a decade long
Love and cherish your quit
I love being a quitter and I never let my love for quitting fade
Cheers Annaree from Oz
I am a Quitter who will never give up Quitting on this Quit
Quitting replaces the tar and smoke to make room for a life of light and hope.
Smoking was no friend of mine. A friend would never hurt me like smoking did.
Addicted to Quitting
Your worst day quitting is better than your best day smoking.
Quitting is much more than not having another puff
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That is my worst nightmare/fear as well.
I finally have achieved some success in learning how to live without nicotine and smoking.
I can recognise the lie of living in the smoke screen. It was NOT easier to smoke away my feelings. I don't want to have cigarrettes love me because I feel unworthy of anything or anyone else.
It was very hard to learn how to deal with my emotions without a crutch and honestly, I am still learning, BUT I am worth it.
Truth is, I saw my parents smoke. They smoked mad, happy, drunk, and crazy. I learned how to cope as a young girl with a lit cigarrette in my mouth. I quit crying, hoping, dreaming, and trying, and I smoked instead.
My dreams went up in smoke.
My BIGGEST FEAR is smoking again and not being able to quit.
Love you, Annaree. Mean it.
"I'm selfish, impatient, and a little insecure...but if you can't handle me at my worst, you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best."
Smokeless since 9/12/2010