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Amani Amani
Yugoslavia
Member Since 2/22/2005
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My Quit:
I started in 1965. In the meantime, from one packet (20 cigaretes) I've increased to 80 cigarets per 24 hours. Until saturday, February 19th, 2005. Then I said, "It's over!"

I have been expecting a lot of difficulities, but believe me, nothing happened. No nervousness, no extra appetite, nothing... Ordinary days with normal dynamics. Most useful: cerebral command! Intense willing. That's it.

Advice:
Step one: Make decision to quit.
Step two: Give yourself command "It's over".
Step three: Keep on livin' like it never happened to you (I mean smoking and adj. problems).

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