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amy
Minnesota, USA
Member Since 1/25/2005
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My Quit:
I have tried to quit smoking at least a dozen times and everytime I've failed. Sometimes I wonder why I even keep trying but deep down I really do want to quit. I figure that this time is for real. I have been smokefree for 5 days now and I really want to continue. Its so hard sometimes, but hopefully I can do it this time. Good luck to me and to you too!

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We don't have control over smoking urges that come to us but we DO have control over the decision to either smoke or not to smoke.

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