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Don
New York, USA
Member Since 2/3/2002
AARRGGHH
My Quit:
I smoked for almost twenty years, and tried to quit at least twice, unsuccessfully. Then I found QuitNet and the wonderful group of quitters within the chat rooms and forums here.

I sincerely believe that if it wasnt for QuitNet, the preparation and support that its members have given me, then I would probably still be killing myself with those dreadful sickerettes. However, I have now been quit over 45 months! Thank you QuitNet

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Remember the addiction will try to trick you into giving in; be prepared for the triggers and you will be better able to defeat the nico-demon.

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Person capable of smoking only occasionally without fear of addiction. A defective liver enzyme is the likely culprit. Syn: Casual Smoker.
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