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Ohio, USA
Member Since 7/13/2003
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.

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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