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Ron Scott
Canada
Member Since 5/1/2006
Alphonzo
My Quit:
I've smoked since I was 14 or so. I've been a serious smoker since about 16 or 17. I managed to quit last year for a good 2-3 months but fell back into the trap following an especially trying incident.

This time I won't succumb so easily. Actually, this time I won't succumb at all. I'm looking forward to being able to run, and play all the sports I enjoy. Nothing can hold me back short of myself this time around.

Advice:
Allow yourself a lot of diversions. The more you have, the easier it'll be.
If you diversify your distractions, you won't switch dependance to something else as easily.

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