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Lisa
Pennsylvania, USA
Member Since 6/30/2002
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My Quit:
I am 26 years old and have tried to quit smoking 4 times, with varying levels of success. I got married last year and something inside me just said "it's time".

I quit October 1, 2004 and, unlike previous tries, I did it cold turkey. In the past I used the patch, but I didn't want nicotine in my system anymore. Let me tell you, this was the hardest thing I have ever done. 2 weeks of a lot of anxiety, mood swings and major irratibility. I never want to go through a cold turkey quit again. That is why I will never smoke again.

This website was so helpful, full of support and help.

Advice:
Don't get discouraged if you slip up. When you are ready, you will succeed. The feeling after you quit is amazing. You feel as if you can accomplish anything.

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