While everyone has different ways of quitting, it is important to remember that support is vital to someone who is struggling with their quit. Knowing that someone...anyone...understands what they are going through as well as being able to give advice or encouragement makes all the difference. I don't know that this is a quit smoking site so those who need that kind of support can go to other sites as well. Becomeanex.org is a wonderful site, as it quit.com. Whatever you decide to do, know that there is at least one person here cheering for you!! Quitting is as hard as you make it, so take it one day at a time:) Best of luck to us all. SheriView Thread
I have not gained weight from quitting smoking. As a matter of fact, I lost a few pounds because I don't eat when stressed. I think everyone is different but even if you do gain a little weight, it is so much easier to lose weight than to quit smoking once again.View Thread
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