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... rd, and i've tried to find posts that go into detail about what to expect from going cold turkey and I can't find one that's very candid. Anyway, i've taped off smoking for months now, and i've had anxiety problems for about that amount of time, so I'm not sure if that's related. ... (3 replies)
... ike this around them. I have zero patience. I don't know what else to do. I tried the gum today to see how that might help. It just made me feel weird, like half withdrawal half overdosed. Its making me feel bipolar, and I'm not bipolar. ... (0 replies)
... You are doing great at nine months, wait till you hit year one. You will look back and cay to yourself, Why did I start in the first place?, then 5 years. And you just keep thinking about the money you are saving and no more stinky clothes. And you are breathng better and not as sick as often as before. You have come a long way. I got to where I was three a pack smoker after... (17 replies)

... Hope you don't mind if I jump in. I started smoking around 15 yrs old I am now 54. ... (17 replies)
... I agree with Dottie l96l. My father stoped 35 years ago and started up 2 yrs ago saying I'm 78 and smoking! Who cares. But it is like addictions. Just as I said of my father, he started after 35 yrs My sympthies to you Dottie of your mothers passing. (17 replies)
... You will have urges for months and even years. There will be more time in between but it will be stronger. Smoking is just like any addiction. ... (17 replies)
... Hopefully, I just had my last cigarette forever! I am going to quit again. I have been looking at some yoga videos and think that may be a great thing to add this time around. I drink lots of water anyway---just gonna not give in to the temptation/craving again--even if it is 2/3 months later. I have the gum ready and hope that this quit is as easy as the last one---this... (17 replies)
... Mourning can be very strong during the first bit, but can continue to crop up even after a few months from some sort of subconscious stimuli. ... (17 replies)
... The delayed withdrawal is what has puzzled me. ... (17 replies)
... I quit for about 2 months early spring--restarted for a few weeks during a very stressful month away from home dealing with my sick father. Got home, quit within 2 days, had no real cravings or withdrawals during the last 2-3 months. Was so thrilled I "kicked this nasty habit." I have been smoke-free til a few days ago...only have had a few and smoked only 1/2 a cig if... (17 replies)
... I have quit cold turkey in the past and I was temporarily successful. Once I quit smoking for about 6 months and I felt a lot better at 6 months so I know I can do it. However, the withdrawal symptoms are about to drive me nuts. ... (5 replies)
... Good going! Yes, you will get some withdrawal symptoms on the patch. I smoked for 38 years and used the 21 mg at first. I also used hypnosis along with it. ... (1 replies)
... It's been 12 weeks for me Tomorrow. As with anything else that's pleasureable, I still think about it, but each week less and less. I know I won't smoke again but I will always be a smoker. And check this out---------------------if you smoke just a pack a day you're spending 2 of your waking hours with a cigarette (no wonder it's tuff to quit. (20 replies)
... smoking. Can't say that I like it much, as one of my friends said, "The only good thing she could think of for not smoking was that you didn't have to worry about stopping smoking anymore." That's my attitude except for the money aspect of it. ... (20 replies)
... I feel for you. I think we are obsessed. I feel like I just lost my best friend. Have you tried patches to ease it a bit? (20 replies)
... Hi, glad to see you're still in there fighting this battle and winning the war! I know everyone is different but I think that I am absolulely obcessed with smoking, because I can't quit even though I cry I want & need it so bad, the next minute I'm in the bathroom lighting up! I really think for some (and I am the worst) it is an oboscession(mp) At least your having suscess!!... (20 replies)
... this is the last time and I am NOW FREE of nicotine! Part of not smoking is not giving in to the temptation. That temptation is your withdrawal of not having a smoke. ... (7 replies)
... Maybe it's because you loved it and miss it now. I have been a smoker for 25 years. I quit once for two years- started back. I quit again for seven years, started back. Another time I quit for two years and started back. My doctor says I have an 'addictive personality', whatever that means. But I have to say I did love to smoke. It was my friend. And when I wasn't smoking, I... (20 replies)
... It's been 6 months for me. ... (20 replies)
... I've been smoke free for over two years and while I no longer think about smoking all of the time, there are times I still crave one especially when I smell someone smoking. That's a trigger. ... (20 replies)

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