I decided to quit smoking and make it a permanent choice to never go back to it. I'm 36 with 2 children and I want to be a better influence as well as be healthier for me.
The hardest part about quitting this time is that I am not allowing myself to fail this time. I've done my research and decided to use all the tools I've been given and have learned to not go back to smoking ever again.
I feel amazing and I really know I can do this on my own this time. It's always good to have a support group but you're the one who has control and you need to own that in order to be successful in this life mission.
@theguy I hear you loud and clear. I crave every few hours beyond what I thought I would have for cravings. I like what I see in my bank account and how I'm feeling so there's some incentive to quitting this time. I really appreciate your kind words :)
I'm happy for you Neanerz! I wish you the best of luck! I quit smoking cigarettes spring of 2018, and I've notices so many benefits to my life since my epiphany. I feel clean, healthier, less money being thrown away to something that harms your body, and I hope you have healthy results too. All the power to you!