I have been smoking for 22 years....

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I have been smoking for 22 years. I am in my late 30′s to early 40′s. I took me 7 years to quit.
This is how I did it with no special expensive surgery or products. You can use this way and quit in 6 months or a month or a year, anyway you like.
I had a plan.
1. 7 years ago I stopped the habit of smoking the moment I woke up. I waited at least 4 hours then I smoked. (this helped create a dislike to smoke in the morning) and yes I had coffee still.
2. 5 Years ago I refused to smoke in my home. (this helped a lot kick the craving when I am home) If I wanted to smoke I went out side,.as time when on the days I was home all day I only smoked no more than 5 cigarettes the whole day.
Now I have been parking my car farther to walk to work and home. This helped pissing me off because I was huffing and puffing on the way.
3. I woke up on thanksgiving day 2 months ago and watched my kids playing (haven’t been able to do that in a while) I work 18 hours a day 5 days a week and 9 hours 1 day a week and 1 day off a week. I went to Costco and bought a bag of wintogreen certs and 2 packs of gum. I threw away my last pack of cigarettes. I love my kids I want to stay the longest I can with them.
Every time I want a cigarette I take a certs or a gum. It works! I hang around people that smoke, it doesn’t phase me. All I need now is to lose 65 lbs. I hope this helps someone quit. I can always smoke a cigarette anytime I want. I don’t want it anymore, and neither do you. (It’s all mental.) Stop being a quitter on life and push to live, you only get one life so no matter how wrong you did in the past its never too late to start now. Avoid becoming a memory to your loved ones anytime soon.
God Bless you all.

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Tony wrote on January 25, 2012

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