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babyshoez
South Africa
Member Since 5/24/2013
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My Quit:
I started smoking when I was 24, thought it looked cool, well I am 42 now and the cool did certainly not last long!!

My quitdate was the 02 June 2013, I actually put out my last siggy on the 28 May 2013. It was tough but with lots of prayer, support of friends and family and the daily emails from the Q, I am on day 29.

I can only give God the Glory for helping me through this. Someone on the forum suggested Alan Carr's easy way to stop smoking and that also helped a lot.

Advice:
Decide and gather all the help you can get, take it craving- craving, then day - day then week - week, before you know it will be months remember babysteps

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