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Tara
Ohio, USA
Member Since 7/13/2003
adamswife0324
My Quit:
I started smoking when I was 21, just when I was going to the bar and drinking. That progressed to a daily thing once I got out of the Army. I smoked anywhere from a pack to 2 packs a day, depending on how stressed out I felt.

In 2006, my husband and I both decided that smoking was getting too expensive, we had both lost a significant amount of weight and figured if we really wanted to be healthier, we needed to get rid of the cigarettes too, so we made the commitment to quit.

Advice:
Don't give up! I had a few "practice" quits before the quit finally took. 45 days into my final quit, the nicodemon does NOT control me anymore!

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