Tomorrow I quit smoking

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Anyone else with this problem?

I have been smoking for 7 years now. Started when I was 14 and regret picking up the first one.

Tomorrow I quit and I wanted to see if I can get any advice and others who want to give this up with me.

It is nice to have support especially from people who are facing the same issue and/or quitting with me.

Looking forward to the replies.

If you need a support system I am glad to be that.

Thanks:rolleyes:
  • Profile picture of the author sylarrr
    Good luck, it takes a lot of hard work and commitment to finaly quit it.
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  • Profile picture of the author DazedandConfused
    Why quit tomorrow...Why not Now?
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    • Profile picture of the author Jun Balona
      Originally Posted by DazedandConfused View Post

      Why quit tomorrow...Why not Now?
      I was thinking the same but I guess you beat me to it.

      I'm a smoker too but I can't quit until I purchased an e-cig or something. It's tough because I tend to get bored easily. Next thing you know I'm puffing 3 sticks a day.
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    • Profile picture of the author whitelovemy
      Originally Posted by DazedandConfused View Post

      Why quit tomorrow...Why not Now?
      Because He need time to quit..Need time to success.:p
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    I started when I was around that same age and smoked for about 15 years. I was up to two packs a day. I quit cold turkey and never took it back up. Cigarettes have no power over us except the power we give them. If you want to quit, just quit. You can do it. It is in your power.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    I recently quit as well.

    I had a difficult time the first two weeks but now I am all clear
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    I was a 3 1/2 pack a day smoker. Here's the "secret" that helped me quit.

    You are going to have cravings and urges telling you that you need a cigarette. These urges will go away whether you have a cig or whether you don't. That's right...That craving for a cig will go away even if you DON'T smoke a cig.

    Try this for yourself. Once you understand that the craving is only for a short period of time, you'll be able to get through it much easier.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Worner
    Why wait till tomorrow? Whats wrong with starting today?

    -Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author timwilson38
    All depends on your will power and determination to quit, try it not so much difficult.
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  • Profile picture of the author maaria143
    I feel really happy when i see someone is leaving smoking. Good luck buddy....
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  • Profile picture of the author ibnujusup
    one advice to others.. never try to smoke... it really hard to quit... maybe you can try sisha then
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  • Profile picture of the author kmk123
    hope you succeed man be prepared for sum major mood swings when you start to quit be strong and i know you can quit. My old man smoked for over 30 years and he was able to quit somehow without any prescriptions or patches so if he can do it i know you can do it
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan Smith
    Thanks to everyone for the support. The tomorrow thing was, I had 5 smokes left in the pack I was on so after that I was done. So today I am done smoking and I will not go back to it. I know I can quit I just need to set my mind to it and do it.

    My wife is the one who needs to be prepared for the mood swings. She knows as I have attempted before but with the aide of patches.

    This time I go cold turkey. I give my habit to God.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sherry Driedger
      You will find a lot of support from your family and friends on this one if you allow them to do so. Stay determined.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
      Originally Posted by beautifulnow02 View Post

      I am trying to stop smoking.(
      There is no "try" to it. You either make up your mind and do it or you play games with the idea and don't. Just do it. As I said before, the only power cigarettes have over you is the power you give them. It is in your power to quit at any time you choose. So choose.
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  • Profile picture of the author jonatan
    Good on you! Wishing you all the best!
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  • Profile picture of the author promhut729
    Why is it to decide tomorrow, we must start now. I wish you success
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  • Profile picture of the author philipf
    i was able to quit smoking with the help of my new hobby.
    try doing stuff that can take your mind out of smoking
    i turned in to sport so now i'm smoke free
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    • Profile picture of the author Pilotben
      Today I quit smoking, have been smoking for 20 years. I'm going to beat the beast, it is no good for you. It will be tough, but the time is now. I can do it,I can do it, I can do it



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  • Profile picture of the author swchiiz
    Good Luck Mate!
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  • Profile picture of the author gineew
    I said that to myself before but look, I still smoke. It's hard to quit that easy but I still believe I can.
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    • Profile picture of the author Pilotben
      I have been getting my mindset in order for a few days now, I'm actually exited about being free of the stuff. Why don't they have rehab centers for smokers like they do for alcoholics? I'ts an addiction isn't it? It just kills slowly.
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  • Profile picture of the author karlik1230
    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author serena85
    Better to quit from your own decision. I quit when my doctor said that I am very sick and smoking will eventually lead to .....don`t even want to think about it again. I have never felt the need to smoke again. It really is a mental thing but for me a 10 year smoker took a doctors warning to make that click....
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  • Profile picture of the author mosphiren
    That's great dude. That's really a bad habbit.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Congrats, it's always a landmark to quit something such as this, and find out just how fit you can be from now on
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  • Profile picture of the author speedy singh
    hese urges will go away whether you have a cig or whether you don't. That's right...That craving for a cig will go away even if you DON'T smoke a cig.I have never felt the need to smoke again.
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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    Good luck, I know how addictive nicotine is. I quit and so glad I did. It took getting sick to quit though, never touched one since and never will. Once you quit it's all worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author KHRALL
    good luck dude. it will for sure be hard but you gotta try.
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