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heatherm2013
Idaho, USA
Member Since 6/17/2013
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My Quit:
i started smoking when i was 13. i made one effort to quit when i was 20, and never again. it was always a thought, but pushed away because of how much of a change it would be. my second job was a DJ in a bar, and quitting seemed futile. so as the years went on became permanently disabled when a drunk driver hit me head on in my school bus. i was fired for the incident and at that point, unemployed, smoking and not able to afford it. i told the man who is now my husband, i quit. going on 2 years, this july 15th, 2013. thank you quitnet for the help i desperately needed!! also, there is an app for android phones that tracks your days, cigarettes not smoked, and so on.

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jolly ranchers, mints, and lots of citrus and the nicorette minis were amazing!

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