marleyboy wrote: »
I havent as yet given up, I tried in the past but gave up trying, Im now at the stage where I dont want to give up, as I smoke 20 a day easily, I can see how much I would save by doing so, but I think its a case of giving up because I want to, not because I am pressured to. I just dont think I want to. Am I wrong in that???
viktory wrote: »
I had my last cigarette on 15 March 2008 and according to Silkquit I have
saved £305.70 and have not smoked 1301 cigarettes (I was on 20 a day). Allen Carr did it for me as well.
I wanted to respond to this:
You have to wait until you are ready, and ignore any comments about stopping smoking. You will know when the time is right and any attempts to stop earlier than when you are ready will end in failure, which will make you feel bad.
When the time is right, you will stop smoking.
mzdotokay wrote: »
I only smoke about 20 a week so the habit doesnt break the bank but would like to give up for my health. . . just lacking in self motivation!
...could cost £10,000s more
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