I've been smoking for 2 years now, and everytime I try to quit I get extremely irritable, have rapid/skipped heart beats, and feel a sense of rage building up inside of me.
I currently smoke nearly a pack a day, and it's a habit I have to break. Not only is it expensive, but it's disgusting and smells horrid.
Any tips from personal experience would be greatly inspirational.
You have to want to quit more than you want to smoke, you have to decide that your body is more important and that you don't want to give the government your hard earned money. As you know, I smoked for 17 yrs (this included pot occasionally), at 31, I started having a really hard time breathing. I tried to quit cold turkey 3 times prior and failed each time. And now I'm strictly using nicotine. Try an ecig if you can't quit cold turkey. And check out my hubs http://hubpages.com/hub/To-Vape-Or-Not- … e-question
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