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DOCDART
New Jersey, USA
Member Since 5/24/2010
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My Quit:
Smoked since I was 16, joined the Army at 17 and bought tax free cigaretes. Think it's their way of making sure I don't reach the age to collect my pension. Was smoking for 35 years plus! I enjoy the E-Mails that show how long its been, cigarettes not smoked and especially money saved and life gained. Nothing more rewarding than hearing my Grand Daughter say thanks for not smoking and that you smell alot better.

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Keep focused and have an alternative for when the craving comes up. Start out with small goals like days not smoking and gradually work up to larger ones.

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