I’ve been having a really rough time over the last week keeping myself from smoking. I still haven’t, but it has been a real struggle.
@rbieber ugggh dude i relapsed after 3 years 😦 (of no smoking)
I hear this a lot. People relapse after a really long time of not smoking. I’ve heard from 3 to 9 to even 20 years.
So Chris is not alone. So obviously I start to question.
Isn’t life too short to worry about things you “shouldn’t” be doing? Do I really want to spend the rest of my life obsessing about something like this, only to know that its inevitable that I go back? If the ultimate result is failure, than what is the point?
Its really tough for non-smokers to get this – but every smoker (or ex-smoker) understands these questions.
This is definitely a hard habit to break and there is a lot of evidence of failure all around you.