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1. KITTIKATS13
KITTIKATS13
It took me a very long time to grasp the fact that: LIFE IS VERY SHORT. My ex husband, ...
2. cobysmolens
cobysmolens
40 days and forty nights--no rain, but freedom--plenty of freedom. The money I spent on tobacco now gets auto-transferred weekly ...
3. Rose_NJ
Rose_NJ
Hello. my name is Rosie. I started smoking cigarettes at the age of 14. The first brand I stole from ...
4. NEmommy
NEmommy
I smoked for 12 years. Tried to quit a few times, half-heartedly. It finally clicked for me when I realized ...
5. istoppedsmoking
istoppedsmoking
I have stopped smoking 1 January, waking up with a hangover, feeling ashamed of how I behaved the night before. ...
6. Kay.meleon
Kay.meleon
I thought of myself as a "social smoker" until suddenly 10 years had passed and I was hooked. I ...
7. vela90
vela90
I started smoking when I was 19 years old and smoked for 23 years. I couldn't even sleep through the ...
8. dmgregoire
dmgregoire
I had many failed quits over the years. I felt I was doomed to be a smoker for the remainder ...
9. jerseyray910
jerseyray910
Never thought I'd said this but today is my 1 year no cigs anniversary!!!! I smoked 3-4 packs a day,for ...
10. Jenesis21
Jenesis21
I'm a 44 year old, 25 year smoker. I quit with Chantix. QuitNet is definately the place to go for ...
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