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amarav
United Kingdom
Member Since 12/31/2006
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My Quit:
I started smoking when I was going out clubbing with friends every weekend, friends who already smoked. I was a 'social smoker' to begin with, but it wasn't long before the nicodemon took hold and I was on to 20 a day.

I have wanted to quit since my father was diagnosed with cancer and emphysemia, both caused by smoking.

Advice:
If weight gain is a problem after quitting, take up some light exercise. It will take your mind off the cravings and it's healthy, too.

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