I just wanted to post a question to some of you either at the same point as me or farther along in your quit. Since I quit I notice that I have seemingly no control over the ol' tear ducts. When I get upset, I just start blubbering and there doesn't seem to be any control over it once it starts. Sometimes its even minor things. A lot of times people can't figure out what the heck I'm upset about.I havent cried like this for years, one moment im all right ,next thing crying like a baby,Now let me be straight here...I'm not going to run out and have a smoke or anything...I don't feel motivated to do that. (Thank you DS) but I'll tell you it's pretty humiliating. I'd like to know if any of you were experiencing problems like this at this point in your quit . Any input will be good. Thanks all.
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