Gotta Have The Smokes

I am so pissed off and bitchy if I don't have my smokes, I smoke when I first get up, smoke after I eat, smoke after I'm done getting ready for work, smoke in the car, smoke at work on breaks, etc etc etc. It messes up my whole routine if I'm out of smokes and it makes me really upset.
lithiumkat lithiumkat
26-30, F
5 Responses Oct 6, 2010

I love it also. It compliments me, completes me, and simply just satisfies. Keep smoking and deep inhales! sdsmoker

I can understand that very well .. because Im in same situation .. and if you dont mind me to say, I think I like it lol <br />
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Cheers,<br />

Thanks for sharing your valuable opinions and tips here as well as advice. I appreciate that. :)

I "USE TO" be just like you. I smoked from the time I was 16 years old until at 57 and just days before I was put into the Hospital for Congestive Heart Failure. All my life I just thought that quitting would be so difficult. I actually quit twice, when I had our two children, but went right back to it. I found out that it was easier than I ever thought possible this time. I know it's none of my business and I know how upset you both get when someone tells you that you need to quit, so I'm not going to do that. I'm only going to ask you to PLEASE don't let whan happened to me, happen to you. It's actually really nice to be calm again. I still love the smell of smokes when I go where they are, but I have no desire at all to start ever again. <br />
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Good Luck & God Bless

I've actually just successfully completed day 1 of no smoking :)

Me too. cigs, like booze is a drug and we are totally addicted til death. To take the edge off of needing a cig, I use a patch when I travel and stay in hotels. A patch on at night help in the morning to relax about running outside to smoke. Like I actually may the coffee, shower and dress without thinking of having a smoke. Try the patch and don't notice the difference, accept the edge of being bitchy is gone.