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Doris
California, USA
Member Since 1/9/2006
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My Quit:
Breathing was becoming more and more difficult and the morning cough worse and worse! I had quit 1 1/2 ago for 4 months and started again.
Now I quit 10 days ago, and still have horrible withdrawals. I keep telling myself, if I want to live and start feeling better again, I need to be a non smoker!

Advice:
sorry, don't have any advise, other than not to buy cigarettes!

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