Post # 1
Here’s the original post. Thank you so much for all of your support! I went with the e-cigarette and it was so easy to quit. So according to him the clock starts ticking and in 30 days or less…..
I’ll just share a little bit about myself since I can now officially wait with all of you. I’m 34, he’s 44 we’re both divorced, no kids. We met of all places on match.com. I was single for 4 years before we met and had a ton of fun dating casually and I have to admit it’s been an adjustment being back in a serious relationship (compromise? what’s that??).
I wish my nails would grow longer- I want a fun manicure! Any tips?
Post # 3
Aww, what wonderful news! Congratulations on quitting, thats awesome! Fish oil capsules for those nails.
Post # 4
That is awesome! Quitting smoking is a major achievement! I’ve heard good things about biotin, B-12, and prenatals for nail (and hair) growth and healthiness. I’m taking iron right now and I’ve seen a big improvement with my nail strength.
As for your SO… whoo hoo! 30 days or less is quite a short amount of time!
Post # 5
Congrats on quitting smoking, i myself am still struggling with it…but you give me motivation..I started taking wellbutrin about 3 days ago to help quit the dr said by 2 weeks i should completly stop….
Post # 6
@Steelergirl: You can do it!!! i also read Alan Carr’s Easyway to Quit Smoking (great book) and joined a boot camp 3 times per week that is so intense I literally can’t smoke after because I feel like I’m going to puke. If I can quit smoking anyone can.
Post # 7
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
Yay! Congrats. I agree with OP about starting an exercise program. When I exercise regularly I have no desire to drink or smoke. Plus you’ll get the added benefit of being in shape which makes finding a dress easier.
Post # 8
Congrats! I’m at 4.5 weeks quit (cold turkey) myself. I quit because we are TTC, so I have a concrete reason for quitting. I’ll be honest. It sucked. It still sucks, but it sucks a little less each day. I found that the suckness comes in threes. Three hours was bad, three days was really bad. At three weeks, I started dreaming about smoking. The only time I gave in was a few weeks ago when I was drinking, which is my only remaining trigger. I’ve also cut that out since officially starting TTC ten days ago (I’d be a drink til it’s pink girl, but I know I need to not drink in order to not smoke). Good Luck!