I have smoked for 30 years. I have quit several times. Some serious attempts. Some sloppy, half hearted (great american smoke out day) attempts. The longest was 4 months. I missed it every day that I wasn't smoking. Horrible loss as far as I was concerned and not worth the effort.
I found QuitNet years ago. I've been here off and on and mostly off because I thought that "owning my quit" and "NOPE" and addictions and smobriety were a bunch of psycho-babble.
Boy was I wrong. I have been off the sick stick for 14 days and don't even miss it a little bit. My smobriety means everything to me.
I own my quit. I want my quit and I will not smoke today.
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Keep quitting. Don't stop quitting until your quit makes sense. When you "get it", you will be successful. Until you "get it", keep quitting.