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MY HUBBY CAME HOME ONE DAY AND SAID ALL THE GUYS FROM WORK HAVE QUIT SMOKEING...EVEN THE ONES THAT CHAIN SMOKED AND THEY DID IT BY TAKEING THIS LITTLE PILL. SO, NEXT DOC VISIT I GOT A SCRIPT FOR BOTH OF US. IT'S CALLED CHANTIX. SO, I GET (OF ALL THINGS) FOOD POISIONING AND WAS TOLD NOT TO TAKE MY PILL FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS CAUSE MY STOMACH WAS SO UPSET. NOW HUBBY IS ON DAY 10 AND SMOKE FREE. WELL GOODY GOODY FOR HIM, BUT IT'S NOT DOIN DIDDLY FOR ME. AND HE IS DRIVIN ME NUTS WITH ALL THE PEANUT SHELLS HE FLINGS ON THE FLOOR LIKE THIS IS SOME KINDA REASTURANT. THE DIRECTIONS SAY TO CONTINUE TO SMOKE DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS, SO I DID. I CAN'T UNDERSTAND WHY I DIDN'T STOP WHEN I CAUGHT UP WITH THE DAY HE QUIT. THINK IT'S CAUSE I WEIGH MORE? THOSE CHAINSMOKERS CAN QUIT BUT I CAN'T?
No!I think your husband and his friends are giving themselves a smoke here and there then coming home and laying it on you like he's better.the reason i think this is because if he was really trying as hard as you he would never fling the peanuts shells on the floor this is a way of saying I win.So stop smoking the way that helps you better.even if you have to start again you will in time stop again but to let someone drive you to feeling upset over trying in the frist place when you could not even try at all give yourself some credit.its him thats on your back not no monkey!he just does it with the peanuts on the floor and knowing how that makes you feel when you need the less stress you can get.Come on!he is still smokingor really mean!i say both....
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