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    Crying and quitting smoking
    baylieandme posted:
    I just stopped smoking 2 days ago & I keep crying. Does this happen to oanyone else? Does anyone know how long it will last? Can't work like this.
    Tim327 responded:
    have had emotional problems and they are definitely related. i have been trying to quit for a while now and i'm a wreck almost every day. i start and stop again and i get attached and can't hardly function. i know it would get better if i could stay quit, but i have trouble killing the ex-smoker in me. i've heard you have to mourn the death of your old self. maybe that's what you are doing.
    tuningup responded:
    cried all day on the e-cig but learning by trial and sure crying is due to withdrawal complication..if things get an will help..i promise..let us know how u are doing..we are all in this together

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