By Anonymous - 13/03/2016 15:00 - United States

Today, I'm going cold turkey with my drinking and smoking habits. I'm so irritable, I seriously considered running down an old lady who was taking her damn sweet time crossing the road, then shooting the guy in the car behind me for honking at me like I was holding everyone up. FML
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OptimusSlime 23

Maybe it's best to avoid guns, weapons, and such for now...

Take a deep breath. Things will get better.


Take a deep breath. Things will get better.

OptimusSlime 23

Maybe it's best to avoid guns, weapons, and such for now...

And traffic, avoid traffic... You know what, just stay inside and enjoy a nice root beer and some candy cigarettes until the tension goes down.

Maybe just a room. Padded walls. Absolutely no visual stimuli. Or really anything else.

Best of luck to you OP and stay strong, you're doing a good thing.

You've got this OP! It'll get better. Great job for having the guts to quit, you won't regret it in the long run.

Good luck OP! You can do it!

Maybe cold turkey your drinking habit first, then your smoking habit, or vice versa? This way you can either shoot people or run them down. Not both.

For a lot of people the two go together and it's harder to resist one when you're doing the other.

tantanpanda 26

I think the latter is perfectly fine to feel in the FML. There are times when I want to snipe somebody's tires because they're doing something extremely stupid or really pissing me off.

Does that cover the smoking part, or the drinking habit.....

Tatush_ 13

Hang in there OP

AviKerensky 17

Keep your head up. Cold turkey isn't easy, but prove to yourself that you have the willpower. You got this, OP!

I've heard s few tips on making things easier. Go to the sauna (sweat out the nicotine and other things, bring water!), eat more fruits and vegetables, take some vitamins, and, most importantly, stay away from them. They say that after three days it gets a lot easier. Hang in there, OP.