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In order to start off your smoking cessation regim...

2009-10-15T00:56:29.672-05:00

In order to start off your smoking cessation regimen with chantix, the Pfizer manufactured quit smoking drug, you need to buy chantix from authentic chantix drug stores.



It's all you can do. You smoked. Oh well. It didn'...

2008-01-14T18:37:00.000-06:00

It's all you can do.

You smoked. Oh well. It didn't feel like you thought it would and you learned your lesson.

All you can do is going to be enough this time. It just is. Things are different now.

Take the Chantix and learn some new coping skills and you'll be a non-smoker in no time.

You don't have to "start over" either. You probably just have to take the 3rd month. If you need more -take more. Chantix has some temporary side effects that you can put up with to reap the benefits of quitting smoking.



Thank you for helping me clear my head, Tracee. I...

2008-01-14T17:28:00.000-06:00

Thank you for helping me clear my head, Tracee. I feel better about it all today and have tried to forgive myself. You're right about how it made me feel. Terrible. I didn't get the old buzz and satisfaction I used to get. I felt nothing but angry and confused. I felt like a junkie. It tasted really bad, too! Worse, I had to sneak around! I guess I had to try it again just to make sure. I'm hoping I'll remember as I try again that smoking can't be a part of my life anymore. I think I stopped smoking for all the wrong reasons the first time. This time is for me. I don't want to feel like that again. I hate how it made me feel. I didn't feel happy and free. I just felt angry and disappointed with it.

I stopped taking the Chantix after two months. This time I may need to stay on it longer. It made me feel bad while I took it, but smoking made me feel worse.

I ask for you and all the quiters to keep me in your thoughts and prayers as I try again. It's all I can do.

Susie