I could just have one cigarette. Just one cigarette couldn't hurt, right?
Here's my thoughts on quitting when you're feeling terrible - it sucks, writes Matthew Backhouse.
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Shelley Bridgeman shares what eventually led her to quit smoking. Nicotine patches, e-cigarettes and going cold-turkey had…
The act of lighting up - once the signifier of youthful rebellion and effortless chic - has became seriously uncool.
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I haven't felt alone for a moment since I quit smoking. And it's in no small part thanks to you.
The only thing preventing me from having a complete, catastrophic meltdown is an overblown sticking plaster.
Calling Noise Control isn't your only option, and in fact, it's not even the best.
One of the determinants I see most often as people start to get happy on purpose is that the almost obsessive need to compare starts to magically drop away. Comparisonitis chokes happiness off at the source, and it's more…
It finally happened. I didn't just snap. I totally lost it.
I know quitting has its ups and downs. Tomorrow might be harder. But today, despite my body's protests, I felt at ease.
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Despite social changes in gender equality, women are not prepared to be the one to 'put a ring on it' says Jill Goldson.
I recently spent some time in the UK and was reminded of how important a side of mushy peas is with your fish and chips, Wendyl writes.
A writer and sometime stand-up comedian, Verity writes on life, love and a bit of everything.
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