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Kathleen
Illinois, USA
Member Since 10/30/2003
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My Quit:
Hi to all. Tonight will be my last night lighting up a cig. As I write I feel worried that I may fail once again... but..I guess that's normal to be afraid. I know that I want to quit for good this time. W/ Gods help and my quit support help, I feel I can do it. I have to remember it's just for today. One day at a time.

I may have bad times and feel uncomforable for a while but it will pass, that I know. I will always be addicted but I don't have to participate in my addiction today. I have choices today and I choose to live in freedom.

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We can do it if we do it together. Let's get started and QUIT.

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