After growing up in a smoking family, seeing them all eventually struggle to quit, I never thought I would become one. But I did. After 12 years of smoking -- something that I truly loved to do -- I decided it was time.
I was tired of the money spent, the wrinkles, the eternal smell in my hair, yellow teeth, and standing outside in the cold. I went at it cold turkey, and waivered a lot during the first weeks.
I am now 105 days Quit, and even though I still think about it, it does get easier. QuitNet helps, it helped me see how big my accomplishment has been, especially when it seemed like it wasn't.
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Whatever your motivation is have it at the forefront at all times; write it down even. Sounds corny - but it is what helps/helped me.