I tried to have my last smoke after 45 years of nastiness on Xmas Eve
2006 - a present to my wife (and myself).
I've bounced off the wagon twice since then - total of 2 cigarettes
and PO'd at myself each time.
Money is not the driver, it's self respect.
Working on it, one day at a time.
SWMBO just completed 500 days smoke free after 40 years of smoking. No
way I can admit she's stronger than I - she's JUST a FEMALE!
When I quit drinking and that would happen, the only penalty I assessed
myself was to start the counting over. My last drink was in August of
1978. I haven't had to reset that calendar since then.
There were several other calendars. They are doing just fine, too.
I am disillusioned enough to know that no man's opinion on any subject
is worth a **** unless backed up with enough genuine information to make
I remember quite well when I quit smoking - stopped a 2.5 pack a day habit
on January 18, 1988. that was the day they took out the upper lobe of my
right lung. Made a believer out of me and it's now almost 20 years later and
I'm still kicking!
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