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Alison
United Kingdom
Member Since 10/25/2003
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My Quit:
Ok, i was a late developer. Began smoking when i was 38 would you believe. It was delayed teenage rebellion, my bit of naughtiness before i hit old age! At first i smoked in secret, not wanting my kids to know. I intended not to start smoking 'full time' anyway. After a year, and a divorce looming, i started smoking openly and about 20 a day. From then on, there was always some excuse i found why i couldnt give up. Till now! 10 years smoking is enough i say, get thee behind me nicodemon!! Tried several times before, and tried the lot - nrts, zyban, hypnotism etc. This time, cold turkey. This time, its for keeps :-))

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