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Steve
Connecticut, USA
Member Since 10/27/2009
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My Quit:
Day one and I feel like crap...physically off kilter. When I have the urge I have to remind myself that cigarettes will kill me. I don't want to be one of those people walking around with oxygen tanks in the next 4-5 years...just that thought alone is helpful in this uphill battle...I have a headache but will be okay today...

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keep up the good work...not feeling very inspirational today but do admire you and am trying like hell to become smoke free...

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