2014/02/24 at 08:26
Smoked for 15 years, quit on 9/17/2002. Over 11 years and counting...
2013/02/15 at 14:36
8 months and counting! 43 years smoking. 8 months free of that monkey.
2013/02/15 at 14:40
good for you man!
Allan Vincent Lucas:
2013/02/15 at 15:56
My 1st week in over 15 years....
Jeremy Scott Ringley:
2013/02/15 at 17:25
I love smoking.
2013/02/15 at 17:30
You can do it, Darryl. I quit in August 2005 after smoking for about 35 years, and I haven't had a cigarette since.
2013/02/15 at 18:22
great keep goin:)
2013/02/16 at 02:42
Nice one Darryl, For those having trouble quitting, Try an e-cig from Totally Wicked, I can assure you this is definatly the worlds best supplier of e-cigs, Now im not a salesmen trying to flog them im just here to hopefully help some of you having trouble, Let me provide 2 examples, Both of my work collegues smoked for quite awhile, One aged 27 smoked for roughly 12 years and one ages 47 smoked for almost 30 years, Within one week Yes ONE WEEK. Both of them were 100% reliant on these e-cigs, One would spend £80-100 a week, I have one of these e-cigs myself and i can assure you they are great and will not let you down, There's loads of different flavors you can try for them as well for those that want to get rid of that disgusting cig taste so you really cant go wrong with one of these, The basic one is about £40 and a more advanced one is about £90, Now £90 for something that is rechargeable, refillable and 100% safe eliminating all harmful crap from actual cigs so your just getting what you want, Nicotine ^^ Seriously for those who haven't seen these yet and want to quit, Take my word for it im not lieing lol
USA site for TW http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.com/
UK site for TW http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/
Best of luck to anyone planning on quitting and my apologies for the huge wall of text and sorry Darryl for putting this on a reply to your post :P
Oh and neither has touched a real cig since getting one of these
2013/02/16 at 03:44
Aaron Worrall I used some disposable e cigs. I don't remember the name. It was the single ones that were like 2 packs of cigs. I used them for about 2 weeks or so then quit them. I think the E cig helped me in quitting.
2013/02/16 at 06:43
My 61-year-old sister has just been diagnosed with lung disease & asthma after smoking since she was 8 years old. Sad. Very sad.
2013/02/16 at 07:56
Jeremy Scott Ringley Sad for u bro :(
2013/02/16 at 09:34
I'm 23 I guess I'm gonna wait 20 years again when I'm 43 before quitting just like you did man.
Julian R Horsfield Horsfield:
2013/02/17 at 00:21
The first week is the toughest. At times I thought : I either have another fag or I jump off a cliff. That basically is why everybody goes back on them. I didn't though. If you fail to quit try again until you succeed. I tried 12 times. Now I've been off them for 12 years. I feel so much better and happier. I gave them up even though I was unhappy. It seemed crucial to keep away from socialising with smokers. Now I have a beautiful house and clean white walls and the air is clean and I feel definitely healthier now. Unbelievable as it may seem people think that smoking is cool!
Richard Stephen Marchese:
2013/02/18 at 06:54
Jeremy Scott Ringley try eCIGS.COM.I FEEL LIKE I AM STILL SMOKING BUT WITHOUT THE TOXIC CHEMICALS AND NO SMELL.I CAN SMOKE THEM ANYWHERE EVEN IN THE HOSPITAL.I HAVE RESEARCHED MOST ELECTRONIC CIGS. AND FOUND THESE TO BE THE BEST IN PRICE AND SATISFACTION.GIVE IT A TRY YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE AND SO MUCH TO GAIN.
2013/02/19 at 22:14
Well done and doing great, Darryl Cindy Gillespie ... the im age of someone smoking monkey .....
2013/02/19 at 22:51
2013/02/24 at 12:26
Congratulatiuons...My mom smoked for 38 years and was very sick, when she finally BUTT OUT. She's now 81 and still travelling....:)
2013/04/28 at 15:15
2014/03/22 at 20:32
You should light one up for old times sake. Remember how relaxing it was. You deserve this. You work hard and should be able to pamper yourself. Just imagine inhaling that sweet sweet nicotine as all of your troubles just float away.
2014/03/02 at 20:56
5.5 years and strong..MIND OVER MATTER ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE IF YOU BELEIVE.
2014/03/01 at 20:47
5 weeks free, smoked heavily for 22 years. Using a vaporiser, worried I'm just trading one addiction for another but at least no tar etc..
2014/03/01 at 20:19
Everybody hates a quitter besides smoking reduces the population of stupid ... Light up mutherfuckerz
Daniel J O'Grady:
2014/02/24 at 16:16
Has anyone used "Chantix" to stop? I'm considering using it. Any info good or bad would be helpful. Please!
2014/02/24 at 17:03
I heard people get really bad nightmares to the point of fighting in their sleep.
2014/02/24 at 18:31
I quit (1 year now) using Chantix. I've heard many people claim they won't try it because they've heard about nightmares or other side-effects. My response to that is why not try it before deciding you'll have a bad reaction. Unless of course you're already on the edge of a suicidal episode it really shouldn't hurt to try it. In my experience I had vivid (not bad, just memorable) dreams. I also had a bit of restless leg syndrome which was annoying, but not as annoying as coughing all night long. That's about it. I've been smoke-free for over a year and I really don't have much urge, sometimes, but not often and not too terrible.
2014/02/24 at 18:45
What's Up Dan just listen to the commercial some scary side effects the best thing I found that worked for me was the patch good prices at Walmart good luck
2014/02/24 at 18:51
My wife smoked on and off for years. She quit for 2 pregnancies and STILL went back. She bought the e cigarette and has been smoke free for almost 5 months. Prior to that she had tried just about everything, including hypnosis. Good luck Dan. You'll feel much better when you quit.
2014/02/24 at 19:13
Chantix made my husband miserable, crazy dreams and he was just nasty. he had to stop using it.
Eileen Alana Janniello:
2014/02/24 at 19:44
Janine swears she stopped smoking since her birthday in Jan. give her a call.......
Allison Faughnan Penna:
2014/02/25 at 02:08
Ed had a bad experience with Chantix. The nightmares and aggressive sleep are definitely side effects. I experienced that first hand!
2014/02/25 at 04:03
Call Brian and Donna. Would love for you to stop. Great talking to you tonight my brother.
2014/02/25 at 14:22
18 days now, cold turkey ... good luck Danny ... you can do it ...
2014/03/22 at 18:25
Would recommend Chantix: worked great for me.
2013/02/15 at 14:48
one month cigarette free, after 28 years.....
2013/02/15 at 14:56
Well done sir
Ritesh Rituraj Nayak:
2013/02/19 at 22:20
that is way tougher than it sounds, I know. Salute you.
2013/02/20 at 03:07
Me too Milan...l quit januari the 26th after smoking 30 to 40 cigarettes a day for 29 years.
l didn't quit for the money nor the health...l quit for not allowing that addictive stick having control over my life mood any longer. I AM FREE!
2014/03/14 at 21:53
Heidi Hi I agree! I smoked for 20 years, quit 25 yrs ago.
2014/04/07 at 08:39
smoked since I was 17, had a heart attack Aug 2013 at the age of 51, Stopped smoking immediately. Thought It was going to be hard, but I found it very easy. don't care how much I have saved. What I care about is...im alive and dam proud of myself
2013/06/17 at 14:58
after 37 years of smoking a pack a day I am happy to be smoke free for 7 months now, feel wonderful now that I can breath so much better.
2013/06/17 at 15:06
Carol Anne Taylor:
2013/06/18 at 02:28
What an amazing accomplishment Sharon!!! Sooooo proud of you!!! xo
2013/10/21 at 15:15
12 years 10 months & climbing, but 41 years of smoking prior to this. Does it still have the same effects?
2013/02/16 at 03:39
After twenty-one years of two packs per, tomorrow I'll be exactly two years and fifty weeks free--cold turkey (after hospitalization due to double pneumonia...with an abcess! And thoracic surgery!).
Lynn Holland Benson:
2013/02/16 at 03:46
Proud for u!
2013/02/16 at 04:08
Thank you! Now...and then!
2013/02/16 at 04:14
2013/02/15 at 14:42
one of the better choices I made in life (to quit that is).
Billy Charles Capps III:
2013/10/20 at 19:42
About 8 years done!
Donna Kerns Hickey:
2013/02/16 at 02:36
Almost 5 years without smoking! Smoked 1 1/2 packs a day for 27 years! Doc said quit or die so I quit cold turkey! :D Best decision of my life!
2013/02/15 at 19:41
33. Smoker for 10 yrs. Of and on. I quit then go bak. Nd wen stressted, i chained smoked.. disgusting. Esp stressed w drinks. Omg. I was a chimney. But w anxiety attacks causing shortness of breath, recently diagnosed incorrectly by sum nurse practioner, telling me my shortness of breath was a beginning stage of emphysema. I went into a trauma, googling the ways i would die. Then seeing a follow up dr, i found out, they were anxiety attacks.. nd with all that trauma. Yea. Cigs got kicked to the curb!! BYE!
2013/02/26 at 13:38
Way to go girl, and I hope you'll get better from those anxiety attacks, one advice...never get ur self into pills ,they dont work !!!
2013/02/15 at 18:23
5+ years since I quit I now have COPD and other shit wrong with me but the stress has not made want to smoke!
2013/04/29 at 21:17
2½ years smoke free after 35 years, best thing ever done. Kudos to all the QUITTERS on here!
2013/05/02 at 08:40
yep 2.5 yearas myself
2013/05/03 at 11:36
Ha ha, must've stopped same time !
2013/02/22 at 00:22
After smoking for 35 years, I'm 7 weeks smoke free. Never turning back!
2013/02/22 at 01:35
That great! So difficult. I quit 18 times before I quit, but now it's been about 15 years... and I smoked 30 something years total.
2013/02/22 at 04:12
2013/02/28 at 16:16
Wow Tess, that is a long time! Ive been smoking forever myself, and quiting is not easy,good for you!
2013/02/19 at 23:52
One year clean and I feel great, in the past year I have had a few here and their thinking I would enjoy them and they were disgusting and left the rest of my day miserable
2013/02/20 at 04:08
you and me both brah
2013/02/20 at 14:33
James Heymans Randall:
2013/02/16 at 02:38
5 yrs, after 15 yrs.
2013/04/28 at 15:20
smoke free since 2006 and still going strong! The vision of my 2 daughters in the future being motherless at their weddings is what helped me. STAY STRONG EVERY ONE!
Joseph Chase II:
2013/02/18 at 02:09
40 yrs smoking, quit nov 2012
2013/02/18 at 02:10
2013/02/18 at 02:16
Ty, lungs have cleared up a lot already
2013/02/18 at 05:07
2013/02/16 at 07:35
Almost 8 months after 20 years of smoking. Cold turkey on 3rd try, never made it past a couple days previously...I think I might make it..
Marisa Carazzo McBride:
2013/02/19 at 22:37
8 years and <3 Breathing Fresh Maui Hawaii AIR! wooo hooo!
2013/02/19 at 23:32
27 years for me... I am breathing Detroit Michigan air though
2013/02/20 at 00:01
2013/04/29 at 09:25