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Amie68
Canada
Member Since 9/25/2005
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My Quit:
My quit date was Oct 3rd but I decided to quit on the 2nd. I just started feeling very tense about the date so to end the feeling of dread I quit the day earlier.

I am using the patch which I think must be helping because so far I haven't wanted to burst into tears, be irritable or hide in the fetal position. I know it's only day number 2, but so far I am coping.

Advice:
Use the patch, gum, medication anything that will help get you through. I am looking forward to breathing and not coughing up a lung in the morning.

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