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      01-16-2009, 09:33 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by 40yroldawakening View Post
today is day 15 for me, I also did the resolution deal for the new year.


I am 41 and have smoked since I was 15. I tried to quit a few times before, once I made it 3 weeks, and the other only a few days. I have the support of my wife, who also is trying to quit. She actually quit for 2 years after her stroke at the age of 40, but she started back up a year ago.

I still have the cravings though, I won't lie about that. You know what pisses me off the most is when people say " Man, you have gone 15 days without them, you have it whipped, you shouldn't even want one now" BULLSHIT, everyones system is different, I take it day by day. My stressful job doesn't make it easy, but I am doing it, and am proud as hell !!!!
i also know exactly what you mean, i hate it when people say things like that. good luck with your resolution, i barely made it a few days and i bought a pack.

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Originally Posted by damadama View Post
I made it 12 days then went out drinking last night... came home with a pack of cigs lawl


so neways, gl with your goal...quitting that shit is much harder than I could have ever imagined.
thats the hardest part; not smoking while drinking. i can barely deal not smoking when im sober, but during a nice buzz or night of drinking, cigarettes are almost a must have.
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