I quit smoking on June 29
By Alex Socorro
June 28, 2020 10:30pm CST
Yes, today is my anniversary, the day I stopped smoking cigarettes. It is a long story but to make it short, I said to my father that I would stop smoking. And that's it, no withdrawal symptoms whatsoever. My lighter and cigarette packs stayed with me for 1 month to test my resolve. I succeeded and I am here now, free of nicotine for a long time now.
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It's indeed a good thing to remember and celebrate with a funny picture like that!! Happy quitting anniversary!! My husband had quit smoking too, long before we met and he had told me that one fine day he had made up his mind to quit and that was it. He had not even got tempted to try again.
• Cainta, Philippines
@111Cankovic that is quite a long time for a hangup. Even when I was a smoker, I do not like people to smoke near me. When the planes have the smoking section, I would sit in the row near the front and when I would smoke then I would go to the rear, waheehee.
• Newport, Oregon
Congratulations. It is a difficult feat for most people. I myself quit on June 6, 1988. I put them down and never looked back. I probably had a few withdraw symptoms though. It has been so long, I do not remember. But there were two people in the same office with me and both smoked. Back then you could smoke indoors here in the states. so I had that to contend with.
• United States
@Alexandoy I told my friend that when I quit I just walked away and did not buy any more. I can't believe it's so hard for B to quit but understanding how he suffers with his child I can truly get it because that is why I smoked. His daughter has severe anxiety and she is his sole responsibility. He can't leave her sometimes.