I have been Smober:
Seven months, three weeks, six days, 2 hours, 45 minutes and 40 seconds.
4782 cigarettes not smoked,
Life saved: 2 weeks, 2 days, 14 hours, 30 minutes.
Quit date: August 14, 2006
I've been quit for 2 months!! Yippee!!!! For me, keeping up with the stats isn't important. I don't want to give cigarettes that much attention -- they're in my past and not smoking is today and my future. I know the exact time and date of my last puff and that's really all I want to keep up with.
Fibrana one day you'll notice you stopped counting the days hrs etc, you'll wonder exactly when that happened and you'll have to stop and think about how long it's been since you quit than you'll be counting the pounds
Hi everyone....I have been smoke FREE for 39 days and Chantix free for 2 weeks tomorrow!!! Yippie!!..It really is like I never smoked before I hope it stays this way! Good luck everyone.... Chantix was well worth the yucky side effects! Jen
Hi all! I came upon this section...was on healthboards for the TTC section. I just had to say: Excellent job everyone!
I will have been "Smober" for 2 years, 6 months on Sunday. It is the most difficult, yet most rewarding thing i have ever done.
I could NOT have done it without Wellbutrin.
Keep at it, everyone! It is SO worth it! Just do one day at a time...eventually the days will not feel so long...I promise! But don't overwhelm yourself. Just don't smoke TODAY. This HOUR, even. Don't worry about the next hour, or tomorrow...just focus on RIGHT NOW.
That's how I got through it. That, and 3 months of Wellbutrin! It is so much easier now...if ya'll can just get through the initial quitting process, I'm sure you won't look back. Good luck...stay strong!