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allnickedup
New Jersey, USA
Member Since 1/3/2005
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My Quit:
I'm 48 yrs old and have been smoking since the age of 17. Over and over I tried to quit but wasn't very serious. This time I was determined and truly wanted to quit.

QuitNet is an additional resource I use for inspiration in helping me stay quit. I find QuitNet to be educational as well as informative. QuitNet helps you quit smoking in a very personal way.

Advice:
Stay focused and determined not to go back to smoking- no matter what. Say to yourself over and over again "I choose not to smoke".

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