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Linda, I promise you will get stronger every day.  You are doing great.  Breath deep and keep that wonderful quit going.  

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It'll pass Linda, just like all the others have. You really are doing great so just keep plodding forward because the bad days will get fewer and fewer in time 🤗

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I can tell you that with my own quit, the last really big (quit threatening) day I had was at about my 6 week quit point. After that time, things just seemed to be much more manageable to me.

Having said that Linda, we are all different and milestones we reach in our quits happen at different times. I just wanted to relate my story to you in hopes it would bring a ray of sunshine into your life. The early days and yes, even weeks, of quitting are tough. You need a few rays of light along the way.

As Mee said, things do get easier along the way. The thing that always bothers me is that I could not notice that happening at the time. I could only see it looking back at my own quit.

 

Stay the course Linda and you too will get there. Battles becoming fewer and less intense along the way 👍

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@JH63 and @Linda, you HAVE to get through these tough days in order to get past them! I had just as hard a time as you guys and I promise you if you just trust us that it gets better you'll see that it does! Don't give up on yourselves.

 

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@jillar Thanks for the encouragement!  I noticed something changing over the last couple of days.  I have lost so many quits that I'm suspicious of any change in mindset. I'm gonna think about what changed, because I don't really know.

On the positive side, I won't smoke today!  

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