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Jubillee
Wyoming, USA
Member Since 9/25/2012
Jubillee
My Quit:
I am a 38 year old single mom of two. I have smoked since I was 14 years old and tried to quit several times with no success. I want to live to see my kids graduate from high school, college, and have kids of their own. I have a long life to live and smoking was getting in the way. I started to notice a change in my lung capacity and that was scary. I called Wyoquit and have been smoke free with the use of lozenges for 50 days and feel great!

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I know it is so clique but if I can do it anyone can. Good luck!

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