weed quitting side affects?

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Postby nokia » Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:18 am

Hi sorry for digging u up such an old post ( i cant believe its been over 3 years since i made it, and its had 1300 views lol)

things are good, but still trying to quit completly. Im not smoking every day now and feel alot better for it.

next time i post i hope to say i havent smoked in ages


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Postby time_2_change » Thu Sep 09, 2010 4:40 pm

nokia wrote:
hey there, i cant believe its been nearly 2 years since i posted this thread so i dug it up for a quick bump/update
since the middle of last year ive cut down my smoking to maybe 2-3 times a week on average but the thing is IM STLL DOING it|! my head does feel clearer since i stoped smoking every day but i still get down about it and smoke to get over my feelings.. im also more conscious of the damage its doing to my lungs now, when i started when i was younger it hardly crossed my mind.
well i haven't bought any weed since last friday and now the weekends coming again ive got a strong urge to get high tomorrow. i know if i strictly limit myself to once a week its better then nothing but ive tried this before and after a few weeks ive let myself down and did it on weekdays then i slowly get back into my bad habits.
anyway my long term goal is to quit fully its what i want but nothing in life is easy aye


Hey Nokia,

Welcome back to the forum. Interesting read this thread with some sound advice in it. Most of use find moderated use impossible or more difficult than total abstinence sounds like you're in the same boat. You've set a new quit date now all you can do is one day at a time. Despite this forum being anonomous IMHO it still takes guts to come back and admit your still smoking. Have you admitted to yourself and your close ones that you are an addict?

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