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Steven Drojensky

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On 7/22/2020 at 4:43 PM, jillar said:

It will pass Steven, the first month is the hardest of them all but it really does go by fast. Anxiety is normal and many of us have dealt with that. If the anxiety gets to be too much you can always give your Dr a call and tell him you've quit. A lot of times they can prescribe a temporary med to ease the anxiety. Or you can do like I did and have a beer or eat an edible lol.

All of us here are proof of just how doable quitting is so no need to be nervous, we got your back :) 

 

Yeah my doctor prescribed something for me for the anxiety when I told him I was quitting.

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