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alted4
New Mexico, USA
Member Since 1/13/2007
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My Quit:
Now I'm going to quit again and keep it that way. I have more confidence power is what I'll call it. I smoked that's it today in about a few hours my new quit will begin. I picked it up when I was a teen I suppose at 14 years old and needed friends and things to do but it wasn't substantially a lot.

When I was 21 I started it and it lasted about 5 years then I quit. Now when I was about 34 I started again and did it until about age 40 when I had the help to quit here. So then after that I started one more time but now I really am quitting. Thank You!

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Be encouraged that you chose a good thing for yourself and it will happen and come true. Believing in yourself is how you did it and that's the best of all.

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