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akaCasper
New Jersey, USA
Member Since 6/23/2005
akaCasper
My Quit:
I can't stand kissing my baby with cigerette breathe. I have been smoking since high school. I am 33 years old and plan to quit tomorrow morning. I know I have a tough road ahead but I am determined. My husband quit three days ago, I know we can beat this together. I have three children and embarrassed to say that I, although cut down, smoked during my pregnancies. I tried to quit then but didn't have it in me. I feel that motherhood has provided me with the strength that I need and I am ready! I want to stay on this earth for as long as I am able, to see my children and grandchildren grow. I want to be able to run and play with my kids for as long as my body lets me. Smoking will take that freedom away from me.

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You can do it! Don't let the nicotine beat you! When I really have a bad craving, I'll use lozengers.

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