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    my dh gave up smoking January the 1st.he turned thirty this year and heard that if you give up before your thirty you can undo the damage. he's found it hard and it's been stressful for both of us i gave up a year ago so i know it's not easy but he's started smoking this week so annoying as I'm the one that has to put up with the moody behavior when he gives up and just to start again ahhhhhhh. rant over thankyou for reading

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    i know how you feel my dh is the same gives up for 4 months then starts again after i have to put up with moody manness

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    My ex used to do that every new year - it lasted about 3 weeks of nightmarish behaviour then he'd start again

    I feel for you xx

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    hubby and I gave up 8yrs ago, last year i found out he started again........................well you wouldn't want to have been standing in uour house!!!!!!!!!!!

    i could have physically throttled him if he wasn't so strong ah ah ah ah aha

    huge row

    really disappointed


    he stopped again!

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    i recommend NLP to stop the moods if he does try again.
    if you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got

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    I stopped smoking 16 years ago with the help of accupuncture, my doctor placed a tiny, tiny, needle inside my ear which i had to twiddle when I wanted to smoke. I never smoked again and took it out after three weeks.

    It takes 15 years for your lungs to return to normal, so I am now there
    By being true to myself I live life to the full

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    When we first met my husband also use to smoke regularly. I really hated it and am also allergic to smoke. I went on a trip to California for a month and when I got back he had given it up. I am so thankful I didn't have to go through that month because he said he was a nightmare to be around. But I am so happy that he did it and has stuck to it ever since.

 

 

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