After quiting ,Does smoking one cigarette mean that you have to start all over ?
- RICKLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
You cash smoke that one and quit again
Its funny, I only smoke when we go to the Philippines, which now that I'm retired can last a few months, i smoke out of boredom. I quit when I board the plane for home and never have as much as much as a single craving.
- PatriciaLv 76 months ago
I would think that, if all a person is going to smoke is one cigarette, it would just be a momentary relapse. But if a person continues smoking after that first one, then i guess they will have to start over if they want to quit the habit.
- nevin0020Lv 46 months ago
Yes. You will never truly get away from the cravings, they will always haunt you.
- 6 months ago
"Quitting" only lasts until you light up again. Once you've crossed this line, you just as much of a smoker as you were in the first place. Note that I'm not saying that you smoke as much, only that you're back to being a smoker as though you never quit in the first place. So, yes, you do have to start over - and you'll keep having to start over until you can let go of them for good.
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- PLv 76 months ago
It is for most people, but I suppose it depends how easy it was for you to quit in the first place.
- MurzyLv 76 months ago
you are a puff away from a pack a day