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  1. https://www.facebook.com/groups/whyquit and https://whyquit.com/ <- These helped me quit. No offense to OP video, but these videos only gets u in mood to quit. But the fb page really helps when you get continuous reinforcement from other quiters every few hours. Quitting takes time, and during that time, your moods will go down/will power too. Thats when these pages will keep you going. Hope it helps you guys too. Oh and for daily plan – https://whyquit.com/joel/index-guide.html.
    Remember, step 1 – is always throw all nicotine stuff out in trash. Else maybe 6 hours or 12, but you will jump to have one last puff again which will not be the last.

  2. on week four!

    I began by cutting back in the mornings gradually and taking chantix… when the craving or thoughts came… I told myself that, "I allow this to pass". truth is… a craving only last a second unless u choice to dwell on the thought.

    with the money saved I bought me a fitbit (week 1), smart scale (week 2), exercise bike (week 3). ^_^

  3. I'm on my 8th day, i have some cravings and i'm writing this just to encourage myself to not return to that shit. Smoking is slavery and it weakens my personality and damages my health mentally and physically. I will never return to smoking, not even one puff.. because i'm a superhero, i'm a fucking superhero!

  4. I cant concentrate and do all the things that I want and have to do and tend to find a reason to evade those things. Now I can feel myself being weak and im only 29. I lost my smart self. I want to go back and now is the time. I have the last stick ill smoke it and say goodbye. It might be stupid but thats what im gonna do and hopefully i stay strong

  5. Hey lads and lassies, McGee here. I'm currently starting week 4 of quitting both Alcohol and Cigarettes, and I have to say, it's absolute Hell. I'm constantly feeling like I'm on the edge of a panic attack, like I'm constantly depressed, irritable, and anxious no matter what I try to distract myself with, be it yardwork, reading a book, chatting with friends ect. And this sucks because, as a digital artist, the anxiety flares up horribly when I even think about doing things or going anywhere. I feel like I'm going to stay this way forever, trapped at home and constantly scared, never able to do anything or go anywhere again. Then again, there's no way in Hell that I'm going back to smoking now that I've made it this far on my first attempt. Can someone here give a guy some peace? Did anyone else feel like every waking moment was just a crap chute of depression and hopelessness? Anything helps, thank you for taking the time to read.

  6. My friend + husband smoked 2.5 packs a day total. Bought my friend a $15 vape kit. 4 mos later $500 a month smoke habit is $10 a month for a pod kit. 90% drop in vaping. My friend does neither. Hubby vapes occasionally.

  7. I heard a public service announcement several years ago that said you would have to gain more than 60 pounds in less than a year in order for the weight gain to do as much damage as smoking used to do to your body.

  8. I switched to vaping instead. It’s the most successful alternative delivery system there’s ever been. Also, nicotine isn’t nearly as addictive as people think it is; there are other chemicals in tobacco which enhance the addictive nature of nicotine. Sugar is more addictive than nicotine.

  9. I used to smoke around 20 cigarettes a day sometimes more than 20 or less than 20 I gave up after 18 years of continuous smoking I smoke my last cigarette on 17th October 2019 at 8:45 pm with my cousin it was a biggest challenge that i ever accepted in my life in result I started eating toffees and bubble gums but I gave up it too because I had to go once for teeth scaling.. on 2nd January 2020 my boss suddenly fired me from the job that was such a difficult time to control myself because I was going to buy a cigarette to release my anger my sorrow and stress but I controlled myself instantly and didn't touch any cigarette.. in starting months I was not meeting only smokers now I can feel free to meet anyone.. that's all depend on your intention your strong initiative one thing only keeping in your mind you can't give up eating food drinking water you can't get rid of like your built in needs of your body we were not born for cigarettes when a baby comes in the world he doesn't know a cigarette we adopt this addiction willingly when we become addicted we give excuses to people that we can't give up

  10. Well I started to quit with the vape pen did that for a couple of month then I change my liquid to the one with no nicotine in did that for about a month and then just stopped and I have not smoke know in two years and it like a new lease of life.

  11. Day 7 for me, i have quit chewing tobacco after 25 years. Doing a tremedous amount of damage to my gums, stopped it before it's too late for myself and my family. It was crazy for the first 3 days, but getting better ever since. Not easy but i have to do it. Whoever wants to quit, quitting won't kill you but keep smoking will.

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