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Amie
Texas, USA
Member Since 10/9/2003
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My Quit:
I have been a smoker since I was 12 years old, which horribly has been more than HALF of my life. I have tried to quit two previous times but it didn't take. The stressful things in my life always made me turn back to smoking.

This is my third and final time. As they say, third time's a charm! I am doing things differently this time and I really think it's going to work. The QuitNet website has been incredible in assisting me.

I love the Q-Gadget!! I wake up each morning and pull up my gadget. It's amazing to see the cigs I would've smoked, the $ I've saved, the time it's been since I've smoked and most importantly the time added back to my life. Thank you QuitNet for the support!

Advice:
Think about the positive things in your Quit, not the negative. Being healthier, living longer and feeling better. If you keep those things in your heart, you'll succeed!

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