These past few weeks I've been feeling a tad bit pathetic, poor me, chose not to smoke anymore so life is a daily struggle and I cant wait to go to bed at night.
The reality of these wonderful women's posts hit me like a brick. OMG whining about a little discomfort when in reality they are recovery symptoms that will pass, will go away, bringing me to a better quality of life.
I needed that dose of reality today. I am so grateful that I only have to deal with these minor discomforts and so blessed to have all of you at this place.
Word of wisdom from Craig: "Things work out best for those that make the best of the way things work out"
Quitting puts the addiction to sleep ~ one puff will wake it up
If I romance it ~ I chance it
The greatest gift you can give yourself is a little bit of your own attention ... Anthony J. D'Angelo
Sometimes, when we quit, we find out that one of the reasons we smoked was because we were constantly allowing our boundaries to be over-run. Which didn't feel good. Anesthesia, here I come...
A wise nugget from Rose