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Ok, so I'm 40ish (slightly older), have been smoking fags since I was 17 and really should stop. I have stopped before, for a day or three, helped at points by Nicorette Inhalators and more recently e-cigs. My most recent attempt at stopping failed when I snapped my e-cig and then rushed to the shop to buy baccy. I really want to stop for good but there is something which is getting in the way, I have smoked joints since I was 15/16, more or less every single day. I still smoke weed every day but not as much as I used to *. I would ideally like to be able to have a joint or two a day (with tobacco) but this makes stopping smoking fags (rollies nowadays- made using chemical and additive free tobacco with thin papers and extra slim filters) difficult. I have two young children and a lot to be alive for nowadays, I really want to stop smoking and know that I just need to do it, the problem is, I suppose that I realise to "do it" means I need to stop smoking weed as well. God, pathetic I know. Anyway, plan is to stop smoking fags in the next wee while, sooner the better really. I can stock up on e-cig stuff and try to prevent myself from getting too stressed out, maybe even get patches for the first week or so, it's fucking shit being addicted to nicotine though, I like the act of smoking but hate being a smoker... I feel like a bit of a tool for putting this post up but hopefully this thread it will help, either me, someone else on this forum, or someone who finds it while searching the internet. If you have found this just by searching the internet, check out our other stuff, on subjects of all sorts! * and obviously never anywhere near my children, I don't even smoke fags anywhere near them.
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