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avalonkate
Ireland
Member Since 4/19/2014
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My Quit:
I am a 48 year old mother of two and before I quit on 2 April this year my smoking was out of control. I had stopped counting how many packs I was buying and just smoked. At the same time I hated smoking and having lost uncles and aunts to smoking I was afraid of it.
I tried to quit so often so I had good motivation. This time I have commitment too. I read here that changing your attitude makes cigarettes lose their power over you. I have also made lifestyle changes like more exercise etc.
Thanks QuitNet!

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Change your routine and lifestyle in other positive ways to make it easier to manage your quit. Spend some time here on this site-the resources and support here are great.

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