I am a 34 year old mother of two who quit smoking 2 years ago. I smoked for about 14 years. I was up to a pack and a half a day when I quit. I was hating it more and more with each puff I took.
Since this was my first quit, I had no idea what to expect. I put on a patch, took my wellbutrin and believed I'd be "over it" quickly. It did not work that way for me. At QuitNet, I learned what to really expect when quitting smoking. I learned that what I experienced was normal. I learned ways to cope with cravings, desires and urges to smoke. I learned from those who quit before me, and stayed to share their knowledge, wisdom and advice.
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My advice to people quitting is this: Your health, your life, YOU are worth whatever it takes to quit smoking. It really is worth it.