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Alexandra
Hungary
Member Since 1/13/2006
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My Quit:
I already quit once, and haven't smoked for 8 months. Then something happened, and I started smoking again...
How and when I decided to quit? Two days ago I started feeling severe chest pain. I thought I needed to quit smoking, but the more I thought of it, the more I smoked.

I thought there must be some tips online on quitting smoking, not something about how your lungs will turn black and you will probably die younger, but something really helpful, something personal. And I found QuitNet! :)

Advice:
I thought, if cigarettes are stronger than my own will is, then I'm not meant for life on this planet. Only fighters survive, so be one!

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