A little about me
I started using Chantix and my quit date was October 20th. I did pretty well for the first two weeks then I bought a pack of cigarettes. I had one cigarrette a day for 5 days. Everyday I would wake up in the morning and say, "Well I will have just this one cigarette and it will be all right". It wasn't. Then I went to a casino with my sister and smoked 6 cigarettes in three hours.
The moral of the story is one cigarette a day is no good. It has to be no cigarettes. No matter how you try to justify it. I started over and so far so good. It's been two days. I don't ever want to go back. After 35 years of smoking I want to be able to hold my head up high and say I am a non-smoker or no thanks... I don't smoke.
I want to go to Disney and enjoy the time with my grandaughter instead of try to figure out on the map where the smoking station is.
I want to go camping with the family without worrying about my smoke going over to the neighboring campers spot.
I want my hair to smell like shampoo, not smoke.
I want to be able to hold a note when I sing in the shower
I don't want to let cigarettes run my life as well as destroy my life. I don't want to wear an oxygen mask. I don't want to cough at work.
You can do all these. They are fabulous wishes. Wishing something is the first and a very strong step towards achieving it. All the best!
How are things going for you Venus?