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akamomma61
Arkansas, USA
Member Since 6/30/2012
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My Quit:
I was a closet smoker...its only been over 3 days for me. My husband has known for all this time but my family has not. There has always been an invisible wall between me and my family. I missed so much time with them. Not to mention my daughter whose 8 and I feel like there hasn't been enough hugs and kisses since I have hid it from her and she finally is old enough to recognize the smell. So now I quit for ME. So that the wall is gone and their are more meaningful hugs and kisses...

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Even if you are a closet smoker and feel like given up, just hug someone you've hid it from and hold on. Cuz now u can with no fear....

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