Quitting take 2!
March 30, 2008 7:58am CST
So March 17 was supposed to be my quit date, well it was, for about a week. Then for some reason I thought I would have a cigarette. I didn't really like it which made me happy. For some reason though I kept trying them to see whether I really didn't like them still. After a bit I realised that I was really enjoying the whole being a smoker again. So that meant I was no longer a quitter, which made me sad as I really enjoyed saying I was a quitter. Anyway I am going back to quitting. I just had my last smoke about an hour ago. I am now off to brush my teeth and go to bed. When I wake up in the morning I will be a quitter again, it will be nearly 8 hours without a smoke and I can go back to feeling good about myself. I have made a few posts about my quitting and would like to thank all the myLotters that gave me support. I know there are a few of you out there who are also on the road to being a quitter, so stop by and let me know how you are going ~may in every way this be a special day~
30 Mar 08
Hello,LouRhi! When you have given up habit of smoking why do you try one again.if you will try for one in this way i am sure you won't be successful in your mission.so quit means quit for ever.Yes,of course, i am a smoker and have no intention to quit it because it has been with me for the last 50 years.well done,you are going to conquer over your desire.so i congratulate you.all the best.thank you.
30 Mar 08
I don't know why bbsr, stupid wasn't it? I have learnt my lesson now though. I wish I could say that I had been smoking for as long as you as then I would not feel obliged to quit. I really do feel at times that it is an obligation not to smoke. Most people look down on smokers as it is seen as a form of weakness, maybe it is, I guess saying no isn't always easy. Thanks for your comments and support