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1. parogerson
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I have been smoking for 37 years. I have quit a couple of times but started back smoking. I have ...
2. istoppedsmoking
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I have stopped smoking 1 January, waking up with a hangover, feeling ashamed of how I behaved the night before. ...
3. Kay.meleon
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I thought of myself as a "social smoker" until suddenly 10 years had passed and I was hooked. I ...
4. lnsmman58
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I'd love to share my story here with you all. For those having a hard time or thinking you just ...
5. klmcarl
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I am married with three boys, all grown, and had smoked 2 1/2 packs for approximately 41 years and 1/2 ...
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QuitNet has been my life line during on of the hardest years of my life!!! I quit a little ...
7. ishfinn
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I quit 18 months ago! I took on Vegan diet just before that. That helped me quit, it seemed so stupid to me to smoke when I was eating so healthy. I haven't looked back since....
8. eddiebsharp
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I have been smoke free for 4 years now and remember my nephew telling me after I quit that "Uncle ...
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363 days today. 2 more days to make the magic year. I can stretch, jump, and sprint without too ...
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I am a 48 year old mother of two and before I quit on 2 April this year my smoking ...
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macool67 says:

photoJust keep a positive attitude. When a craving hits, just tell yourself that you are stronger than your addiction and you can do this. Don't let the cigarettes win!!!
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