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1. joyce631
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I smoked for 61 years and was told I had COPD in 2000. I was in the hospital in ...
2. lulu1234
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Hi, i have smoked for 32 years, about 7 years ago, i did quit for 1 year, my father passed ...
3. sultress12
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I am 14 days smoke free!!! I can actually take a deep breath! I don't think I could ...
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I'm a single father of one. I am 53 and have been a smoker since I was 13 years. I'm ...
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Today marks 12years quit!! Woohoo!! Been through many really tough times. Stand strong totally worth it. They will pass. ...
6. nanjam99
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Quit 5 1/2 years ago. Stopped on my birthday because I had smoked for almost 50 years. Just ...
7. timetoquitsmoking
I have been smoking for 29 years. It's true what they say, smoking does kill. We always think ...
8. sbrwildmom
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i've been smoking since i was 16, so i have smoked for 23 years. for 23 years smoking has been ...
It took me a very long time to grasp the fact that: LIFE IS VERY SHORT. My ex husband, ...
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I have been a smoker for more then half my life. Almost 30 years. I started smoking when ...
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photoBecoming a smoker is like changing into a werewolf; quitting is like changing back. It is uncomfortable and painful. Let the process happen, let yourself be tranformed!
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