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Jessica
Colorado, USA
Member Since 10/13/2005
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My Quit:
Hello fellow ex/ former- smokers (or soon to be). I started smoking 13 years ago when I was 14. Lately began realizing that at the age of 28, I would be a smoker for half of my life.

I have tried quitting many times, but this is the first time I did it for myself & because I wanted to! Tired of being smelly, heading for bad diseases, possible blindness, wondering what I would do in places I couldn't smoke. Tired of letting my life & my time be controlled by the nicodemon.

Advice:
The cravings will pass! Remember that you never want to go through hell week again. Tell EVERYONE you are quitting.

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