Looking for help? Looking to make a change?

You’ve come to the right place

This digital care program has helped thousands of people quit smoking, decrease depressive symptoms, and conquer anxiety.

Don’t take our word for it: browse our community or register now to create your own free, personalized program.

Browse through 386920 posts in 42750 threads.

103,375 Members

Please welcome our newest members: TangerineKeks, Porkchops, RoxanneRossignol, TD76, AlwaysInFlux

You all can do it


Hot SiO2
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
4 days ago +1 Hot SiO2 2770 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

WOW! Look at that Quit Meter! If you socked all that away in the market, you'd be able to retire soon!!!

Great hearing from you again! Give me a call sometime!


Hot SiO2

  • Quit Meter

    $31,800.00

    Amount Saved

  • Quit Meter

    Days: 701 Hours: 18

    Minutes: 13 Seconds: 32

    Life Gained

  • Quit Meter

    4240

    Smoke Free Days

  • Quit Meter

    127,200

    Cigarettes Not Smoked

Ashley -> Health Educator
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
Wow!

Thank you for posting and sharing your thoughts with us. The search function only goes back two years but you can manually go back in time to check out your posts from years ago. If you find anything you want to reshare please bump the thread :) 


Ashley, Health Educator
StellaBlue
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
a year ago 0 StellaBlue 180 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
10 years is a crazy-sounding amount of time to someone like me who is only a few months in.  Thank you for checking back in here and letting us know it IS possible. I hope to do the same one day.
Penitent
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
a year ago 0 Penitent 2532 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Kelly!! (or Anxioux1 as you were )
 
I am so pleased that you managed to make your quit stick - and for 10 years!! That is marvellous!!
 
I am going to be honest here and feared for your success as I remember your anxiety continually forced you back to smoking. Under those conditions, your achievement is nothing less than miraculous. You should be very proud!
 
As for "you can all do it" - I couldn't agree more!! I think us winners are testament to that claim. Like I've always said "if you want it badly enough, you will succeed" just like you and I
 
All The Best
Penitent d 5,242
 
 
  • Quit Meter

    $38,500.00

    Amount Saved

  • Quit Meter

    Days: 683 Hours: 23

    Minutes: 55 Seconds: 34

    Life Gained

  • Quit Meter

    3500

    Smoke Free Days

  • Quit Meter

    77,000

    Cigarettes Not Smoked

Anxious1
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
  • My Logo
a year ago 0 Anxious1 1 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Hello my name is Kelly I was on this site gosh I lost track I know my quit date was 12/17 I'm thinking ten years ago? The system was updated so I can't see my old posts. I think about this place all the time and I still have my stop smoking shirt I received!!! It was my third attempt, prior using gum, patches and Wellbutrin. Hm it was the year Peter Jennings the news castor died of lung cancer that was what pushed me. I have always suffered from anxiety and his death was the reason I did I guess. I also had been I'm my severely abusive marriage for about 14 years and that didn't help. I found this site and literally lived on it. Every time I was having a phycjotic break I would post and a drove of encouragement would be received in minutes. I used chanted the final quit. I also went on anti depressants and xanax to help me not give in. I was a professional chain smoker and I did it. My lord it was the hardest thing I've ever had to do. I bet all of you want to ask do you still think about cigarettes or crave them? NO!! I don't anymore. For me it really took like 3 years. Now my ex husband (high five) the one who said I could never do it I was to weak and he could go it cold turkey. Well I did and he did not. He actually smokes way more. So I only really think about smoking when I see my co workers and him being a slave to that addiction and smile to myself and say oh yes I did!!! You can I promise just reach out for help before you give in. Good luck to all of you. If you want to ask any questions I would love to answer them my name was anxious1 I think I spelled it that way. I send all of you hugs!!
  • Quit Meter

    $287,291.40

    Amount Saved

  • Quit Meter

    Days: 1870 Hours: 7

    Minutes: 9 Seconds: 25

    Life Gained

  • Quit Meter

    18183

    Smoke Free Days

  • Quit Meter

    727,320

    Cigarettes Not Smoked


Reading this thread: