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11. edgrin09
edgrin09
I was a serial quitter for many years and could not make a quit stick. I was so discouraged and ...
12. Joelle5
Joelle5
I started smoking when I was 15 and now I am 32. More than half my life as a smoker. ...
13. roxiefl53
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I started smoking at 13 ... to be cool like my big sister. She had the good sense to ...
14. Laurensydneyy
Laurensydneyy
I am currently 18 years old and I have been smoking since I was 14. I've tried quitting on numerous ...
15. debbadoo
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Quitting smoking is my Proudest accomplishment (besides giving birth to my son)!

I smoked a pack a day for over ...
16. claudius1964
claudius1964
Its an amazing feeling when you wake up in the morning that you don't get all choked up the way ...
17. mperry48
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I am a 59-year old Massachusetts resident who decided to quit after my first grandchild was born eight years ago. ...
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I think it's safe to say that the QuitNet is my saving grace in my quit. There is so ...
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I am very new to all of this. I actually have been thinking about quitting for along time, but thought ...
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I was the worst smoker I know. I used 2 packs a day at the end both regular and menthol. ...
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Atmospheric gas that is delivered with great abandon to your brain (shortly after a quit) due to the sudden absence of carbon monoxide in the bloodstream.
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photoUse QuitNet's advice, set a quit date (whenever), and tell everyone you know you're gonna quit that day. Then DO IT, use the chat rooms and forums, thier benefits are immeasurable.
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