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21. 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 ...
22. 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 ...
23. ExGaSmoker
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I was a smoker for 14 years. I had no problem quitting during my pregnancies, but every other time ...
24. ferreira23
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I started smoking at the age of 18 and gave up
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25. barbara65
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I love coming on the QuitNet to get support and get information about this nasty addiction. I have over 30 ...
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I started smoking at the age of 19 when I was working for RCA Corporation. This is back in ...
27. dmgregoire
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I had many failed quits over the years. I felt I was doomed to be a smoker for the remainder ...
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I started smoking at 16. I could blame peer pressure but bottom line just a bad decision. I quit for ...
29. jerseyray910
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Never thought I'd said this but today is my 1 year no cigs anniversary!!!! I smoked 3-4 packs a day,for ...
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