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Default Jan 03, 2018 at 05:00 PM
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Good resource for vaping that i found pretty useful.
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Default Jun 23, 2018 at 04:05 AM
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I quit smoking and didn't even want to. I've been on Wellbutrin for several months and cigarettes started tasting worse and worse to the point I couldn't stand to smoke them. It didn't make me want them any less. It just made them intoerable. I haven't smoked a whole cigarette in nearlly 2 months and I"ve finally gotten to the point it rarely bothers me anymore. I should mention that even though I've quit for periods as long as 4 years, but began smoking over 35 years ago
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I'm having trouble quitting smoking! Any suggestions?
I suggest getting help from family and possibly counselors/therapists, and/or life coaches if possible. Write down why you want to quit. Write down the pros and cons of smoking. Write and plan out activities that will replace smoking! That’s how I quit smoking weed and everything about 7/8 months ago, also watch videos on YouTube about quitting and take notes, helps a lot. Some activities I did were shooting hoops, going on walks with some water and looking at nature, time with family, focusing on school or work, yoga, gym, sauna and swimming whenever I got the chance helped too. Hope this helps.
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