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  1. Welcome to Quit Train GB! As Jillar said, we've all struggled greatly when trying to quit. This is a very powerful addiction you're dealing with but it IS beatable! I'm sorry to hear of your medical issues but you know 2 things are true: 1. A large causation factor was your smoking. 2. You can't change what's happened in the past but quitting will give you the absolute best chance at improving your quality of life going forward! I would recommend you stick around this site and soak up all the information about quitting that there is here ... and there's a lot! You wi
  2. Same here Barb63! I was climbing the walls and going out of my mind the first while when I quit. I thought having a smoke would end that feeling and it was VERY tempting but I also knew if I did not only would I have to do the hard withdrawal over again next time I quit but I might just decide not to quit again which would have been deadly for me. So I gritted my teeth and powered through the tough times and yes, in fact, it DID get easier after a while - not immediately but after a while I noticed it was not always as intense so hang in there. It'll be no different for you. I just
  3. 8 Chicks aren't paying attention cuz they're out ballin'; drifting their Vettes
  4. Congrats on 3 months - 1/4 year quit!
  5. I agree. Stopping and starting is a losing proposition! Perpetual hard withdrawal - Yikes! You're five days in. That first week (hell week) is the worst but it's also where we learn our coping skills that will carry us through the months to come so look at it as your learning curve. I think we all pretty much had to drag ourselves kicking and sometimes screaming through those early quit days so you're in good company. You're getting through the really tough part now though so carry on because although there will be ups and downs, it will continue to improve overall. St

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