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Bruce
Iowa, USA
Member Since 5/10/2007
airplane222
My Quit:
I am 51 and quit smoking once, at age 37, for 3 years. Been smoking since age 14. Been a diabetic for 31 years, and knew that smoking was ever so wrong with such a health issue.

Smoking is so baffling and cunning that I watch my MoM take her last breath due to cigs and walk out of the hospital and light up.

I couldn't pick a quit date, so I let Qnet pick for me. It picked the exact date of my 4 year anniversary of my kidney transplant. Took that as a sign and quit on that date.

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Just take the first step on a wonderful journey with so many people here on the Q. One day at a time

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