A lot depends on what you quit smoking.

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You are still dealing with the physical addiction. Tomorrow, maybe 2 or 3 days from now, that will be gone. Then comes the mental addiction.<br />
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Be proud of yourself! I have heard it's easier to quit heroin than cigarettes! Soon, you will feel so much better! You will be amazed! Stick with it!

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I have to do this. I need better stamina! It's amazing what a new relationship with a much younger guy will inspire LOL

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Do it for yourself! That's the only way it will last!

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Yes, it's symptoms of withdrawal. Keep on fighting. Once you pass one week, most symptoms are gone, and after one month, you have for the most part, fully gotten over your addiction.

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when is the Rage coming on ? , i couldn't be on the Internet communicating with people when i got no smokes , Grrrrrr ! , Rarrrrr ! , and **** you World , lol

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Yes. Your emotions run rampant. That's why I still haven't managed to quit.

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You may be having withdrawals, keep up the good work and these shall pass

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you'll be smoking before the beggining of the month

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thanks for your support. Not.

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am i right though?

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god yeah. when i quit i was pure weepy and really snappy at everyone.

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i think it is

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I wouldn't know because I never quit. But quitting does suck so I'm going with yes.

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