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Carol
Texas, USA
Member Since 9/14/2013
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My Quit:
I am 54 and had a heart attack on June 19, 2013
when I was only 53. I have not smoked since. I
had smoked since I was 14. Anyone can quit if
they have the support from family and friends like
I did. After surviving a major heart attack in which
I only had 20 percent heart function left I felt lucky
and decided I could quit smoking. I quit cold turkey
and haven't had a cigarette since.

Advice:
It is so liberating to not smoke or to have to try and
find a place to smoke. I love knowing I do not smell
like a cigarette anymore.

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