i had to do research and here you go Sterling having and axiety attack. now this isnt a laughing matter its a real symptom of withdrawl
same with me dude.
Nonochy: Ovo You know the longer you go with out smoking your lungs begin to recover bit by bit... o3o
My dad quit smoking a few years ago, he used these tablets to get through it. Hew's trying to get my mum to quit too now ^.^
but poor sterling~
((kinda feel bad for him... ))
Oh poor thing!))
Bonnie: *throwing box after box of cigs at him*
(( Oh lordy my brother is a smoker and he get violently angry without smokes ))
Constance saw him shaking and walked over. "Come on. Breathe... It's not good necessarily for you, but here." She held a single cigarette out and a lighter. "The week is over, you made it." she smiled just slightly.
Xylia: If you can make it, I'll give you something.
Oh dear, poor Sterling... ;__; ))
Aww poor sterling. Maybe...you could do the electronic smoke thing.
Try giving him one of those patches that help people with smoking, maybe that will help
Sunny: *sees him have'n the jibbers and hands him a vial from her bag*
Here drink this, it's pretty much watered down phonenix tear. It won't stop the withdrawal, but it should calm you down to prevent the anxiety attack.
(( poor guy quitting is very tough u-u ))
( yesh my grandma smokes and her without them is bad )
Sterling: His hand was shaky but he managed to hold the glass long enough to glup it down after a few deep breaths the feeling started to go away the the with drawl was still there
Gabrial: If you feel the need to bite your fingers off that's a bad sign of withdrawl too.
once you start, you can't stop.
My dad quit smoking four years ago, and now he has to have mints to constantly satisfy the craving instead of resorting to a pack.))
Random The Admin: Here.... *Roll her eyes as she toss him a pack of smokes.*