posted by Julia at 1:14 PM
That title makes me smile- immediately brings to mind Hugh Grant in Four Weddings and a Funeral.re: not smoking. I feel for you.
Do you smoke babe? Or anyone? Can I live vicariously through you and your smokey haze?
NO! Not going to happen babes. We will also be in the 'no smoking' section tonight :-P
I haven't smoked for three days and while the weekend was fine, it sucks dicks severely today.
Hang in there - you'll get over the cravings.
I can sympathise. I miss it too... I've phased it out since christmas as I've turned my back on vin rouge (can't have the wine without the fags) and stayed out of the pub... oh the high life!
Hope you're feeling better today, sweets. When those cravings strike, it can feel like they're never going to end..they do..just stay with it.I'm supposed to be picking a date to quit this week....it's never an ideal time, is it?
I quit smoking this year and it wasn't easy the first days, but suddenly some day I just didn't think about it anymore. It went suprisingly fast. Only I still can't help but have a smoke whenever I drink wine.
I quit 9 years ago after 14 years of smoking. I still dream about it. If I found out I had a fatal disease, I'd start again. It's not the addiction to the nicotine that makes quitting hard, it's having to relearn how to do everything without smoking - driving, having a coffee, etc. It is hard (especially at 3 days, 3 weeks and 3 months for some reason) but it will get easier, eventually. It became a challenge for me. Am I stronger than that habit? Can I really do it?
Thanks guys...I actually don't smoke - I smoke when I'm stressed or just socially with drinks (except no one smokes anymore, and you can't smoke anywhere anyway). I had already 'given up' about this time last year, and I'd been smoking a lot more. I remember the same thing happened, first few days were fine them BAM! it hits you bad.I bought a packet yesterday after work, don't know what shit they gave me but it's light as air. So I'll be fine after this one, good riddance.
I don't smoke very much, but there is nothing more relaxing than sitting out on my little balcony with a cigarette and novel. I smoke more in French speaking regions of Canada (naturally) so I suppose you can live slightly vicariously through those smokey hazes...
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