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Missouri, USA
Member Since 4/30/2014
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My name is Anthony. I quit Dec. 7th 2013. I started smoking when I was 12 years old. Not something I'm proud of. I have tried many times to quit smoking. But, have failed. To be truthful it was by the grace of God that I quit. I couldn't have done it without him.

Two months before I quit smoking, my wife had a heart attack. She was only 36 years old at the time with some arteries that were 99.99% blocked that contributed to her heart attack. The doctor told her if she didn't quit smoking she wouldn't make it past 50. Well, they really scared the heck out of me. The thought of almost losing my wife made me realize how short life really is and I needed to make some changes in my own life. So I made decisions to quit smoking.

I think the best reasons to quit is for yourself. Because quitting smoking is a personal choice. So, you got to do it for yourself.

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