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Hell Week
The first week of the Quit, often accompanied by severe withdrawal symptoms (especially in cold-turkey quitters).
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Raven75 says:

photoBecoming a smoker is like changing into a werewolf; quitting is like changing back. It is uncomfortable and painful. Let the process happen, let yourself be tranformed!
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