GDL5000 wrote:The problem is, once you decide that you want to quit, you have to perpetuate those anti-smoking feelings that you have when you really want to quit. It's mostly mental, getting over the psycholigical dependence. The physical dependence sucks, but you can get through the withdrawl symptoms in less than 2 weeks for the most part. You really just have to keep a positive attitude about it, especially on those days after you've made it a month or so and you find yourself thinking you really want one.
gretagun wrote:This was usually that first cigarette of the day when I was terribly hungover or had partied too much the night before. It always made me feel worse, yet I had to have one.
bergdawg wrote:My friend uses Chantix. He says it just makes him forget that he smokes and he doesn't think about it. Although, they marketed it as an anti-depressant before they realized it worked better as a quit smoking aid.
Just out of curiosity, can you smokers smell how bad you stink? I had a girl who worked for me that would go outside to smoke. She would only smoke about half a cigarette at a time, and she stinks like all hell when she comes back inside. BTW, does anyone make small or half cigarettes? I would think they would be a huge seller.
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