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11. avalonkate
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I am a 48 year old mother of two and before I quit on 2 April this year my smoking ...
12. anthonybray
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My name is Anthony. I quit Dec. 7th 2013. I started smoking when I was 12 years old. Not something ...
13. ADudle000
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I started at age 10, I'm far from proud of that. My journey started a year and 8 months after ...
14. Mynka1020
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I have been a smoker for 33yrs. My quit date was 3-31-14 (CT). This is my second quit in a ...
15. gerald50
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I used patches and ice water.
16. Sheriff19577
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It has been 2 years as of april 1st since have had a smoke. I smoked for 30 years. With ...
17. vela90
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I started smoking when I was 19 years old and smoked for 23 years. I couldn't even sleep through the ...
18. djnada
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I was a girl who really enjoyed smoking most of the time (or so I thought). It was part of ...
19. ExGaSmoker
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I was a smoker for 14 years. I had no problem quitting during my pregnancies, but every other time ...
20. ferreira23
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