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I quit smoking a year ago and think about it every day and want to start again but won’t but would love to. But won’t.

Posted Oct 14, 2019 19:07 by anonymous
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  • Commented Oct 14, 2019 19:14 by anonymous

    You still have a residual addiction. This time next year you won’t fell the need for tobacco. Done that been there.

  • Commented Jul 2, 2020 02:06 by anonymous

    “You still have a residual addiction. This time next year you won’t fell the need for tobacco. Done that been there.”

    I dunno man, I've know some smokers who kicked fine and others who really never lost some desire of craving.

    I have a friend who did it by putting the money he would have spent smoking into a jar to buy himself goodies. As he said, "when I think about it, I know that if I smoke, I don't have that money any more."

  • Commented Jul 2, 2020 03:08 by anonymous

    A year is good! Hang in there. I smoked for 25 years, 3 (three) packs a day for most of those years. When I finally quit it was because my heart and lungs hurt, a lot! I felt like I was about to literally drop dead at any moment. Sometimes my lungs would hurt so bad the pain would wake me up at night. I was HIGHLY motivated to quit, because I wanted to live. I made up my mind that I was QUIT even if it killed me to be quit. I wasn't going to smoke another cigarette. It was the hardest thing I've ever done in my 70 years. I've always felt that I "pushed the envelope" as far as I could, and I'm sure that IF I ever smoked again it wouldn't take very long for me to feel like I did when I quit, and then I would have to quit all over again, or let it kill me. It took a few years for my lungs to quit hurting, although the pain did lessen immediately when I quit. It's been 28 years now. I thank God for making me free every time I think about what I went through to be free. After all this time there is still a spot in my right lung that hurts, feels like an open sore, whenever I get really stressed about something, so I use bio-feedback to calm myself down and destress the situation.

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  • Commented Dec 2, 2021 18:19 by anonymous

    What the fuck does it matter? All four of my grandparents smoked. From what I know, they all started when they were in their teens. One was 13 but the other three were later teens. I do know that three of them smoked about a pack or pack & a half per day. One was a heavy smoker. She really had one going constantly. All four of them drank the so called cocktails from about 5pm to 10pm each evening. Of those grandparents, three lived to 92 or older. One lived to 98. The fourth one died at 87. As for my parents, both smoked. My father only lived to 86 though. My mother only made it to 90.

    It's GENETICS. I've seen some big time drunks in my life who smoked hard. If their family genetics were good, they lived a long time. If genetics weren't great, they have health problems or die young.

    You have a choice in life. You can listen to all the propaganda out there & waste money on all the exercise junk, eat exactly what they want you to & don't smoke. Spend that money on therapists or antidepressants. They want your money! If you spend it on living how you want, they don't get their share. You can waste your life doing what you are told by the government but you're still going to die based on your genetics unless you're a victim of an accident or violent crime.

    You hold off on smoking. I'm going to live life. I will smoke all I want & drink all I want. I don't waste money on some idiot therapist or GYM. My genetics are great but if I died at noon Friday, I won't know or care.

  • Commented Dec 2, 2021 20:50 by anonymous

    I quit 5 years ago the first year was a nightmare i struggled every day now its not so bad . Yeah there are times when I still want to smoke but it's so hard to quit I'll never smoke again

  • Commented Mar 9, 2022 05:25 by anonymous

    kills some dont kill some
    me start age 7 and now over 60 -- many non smokers dead or worse health than me.
    humans all different - smoke or not- drink or not (moderation) you gonna die so you create your own mental trauma
    because others say so.
    if i told i not have peanut butter then i prefer die now.

  • Commented Mar 10, 2022 05:11 by anonymous


  • Commented Jul 12, 2022 09:11 by anonymous


    If you smoke quit. If you don’t smoke don’t start.

  • Commented Jul 12, 2022 09:32 by anonymous

    The hardest part I had when quitting smoking was reaching for one. It took me almost 5 years to quit reaching for that pack of cigarettes.


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