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Adam O.
Florida, USA
Member Since 8/20/2002
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My Quit:
I've been smoking and quitting for 25 years. This quit feels real strong though. I ain't getting any younger so its now or never. Whenever I get a craving I tell myself that the urge to smoke will pass and sure enough, it does.

Advice:
"God grant me the serenity to accept that I'm addicted to nicotine, the courage to withstand the cravings, and the wisdom to know that smoking kills!"

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