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Ruth
California, USA
Member Since 1/3/2004
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Hi, I'm 53 and have been smoking for way too long. About 33 years. It's time to quit for good, I know. If only I could totally convince my addicted mind. I know its mind over matter. I'll be using Wellbutrin, I understand that can be very helpful. So now its a matter of psyching myself and getting totally into quitting. I think this website will be helpful too, this is a godsend for me. I know all the support from everyone will help me. So everybody wish me luck.....

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Be totally committed to quitting, if you're not- I don't think you're ready.

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