Hard to believe but its been 9 years for this quitter. 9!
From such humble beginnings to literally forgetting what time of year it was and hand to be reminded of my anniversary - - Thanks Wendy.
FREEDOM has so totally changed my life. THANK YOU TO ALL INVOLVED FOR MAKING SUCH A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD.
I'm 46 years old, smoked for 21. Started in teenage years with all the buddies. Some have stopped, others haven't. Some quit for a while and then go back to full-on smoking never truly realizing the circle of addiction. What made the difference for me? That internet search 9 years ago for quit smoking and the powerful information and friendships created here. The article that "hooked" me was:
It's all in there. At one point I could recite this post from memory- - that's how many times I read it in the early days.
Quitting is a discovery of self. Believe in you and stick with the program. Keep your thoughts positive and moving toward the future. Comfort without nicotine exists.