jenna lee, quit coach
28 Jun 2018
04 Sep 2018
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I did respond to your other post, but see this one is more in depth. I do want to give you credit again for reaching out for support from us and your healthcare provider to get the quit medication.
I like what you did here, going over aspects of 'living as a smoker' aka knowing that your clothes smell, etc. and remember what it felt like to be smoke-free. Let that motivate you to keep going towards your goal. Also let that disappointment motivate you, rather than bring you down. Easier said than done I know...
You have been a non-smoker more than a smoker in the past decade. Quitting again may come as easily as smoking again did; you never know.
Also, you are now aware of a big trigger: other smokers, and will be more prepared in the future with similar circumstances.
All the best with your future quit,
Lastly, jeyan, thank for sharing your story and a big congrats on your 2 year smoke-free!!