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North Carolina, USA
Member Since 7/11/2005
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My Quit:
I started smoking when I was 18 years old. I'm 39 now and decided that half of my lifetime was long enough. I've been a closet smoker for more than 5 years now and I'm sick of the hiding and the lying, so for me (and for my wife and new baby girl) I'm going to make this quit work.

Surfing the internet, I stumbled upon QuitNet. I started, like most do, reading the profiles and the testimonials and was very inspired. Since then I've joined the Q, joined a club, and I post every day. The support from other users is invaluable. As easy as it would be for me to go back to the way I was, I know now that I don't have to, and QuitNet is a big part of that knowledge.

Stay strong, snack healthy and drink lots of water (it will kill the cravings and extra trips to the bathroom never caused lung cancer or heart disease).

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'Can't Remember Stuff' Syndrome, common among those newly involved in the Quit. Caused by influx of new oxygen and the absence of nicotine in the brain. See also: Newbie, Oxymoron.
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photoThere is no such thing as 1 cigarette. And most important I am not quitting, I am not an ex-smoker, I am a NON-Smoker!
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