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21. mperry48
mperry48
I am a 59-year old Massachusetts resident who decided to quit after my first grandchild was born eight years ago. ...
22. Seeshelbi
Seeshelbi
I am very new to all of this. I actually have been thinking about quitting for along time, but thought ...
23. mehring
mehring
I was the worst smoker I know. I used 2 packs a day at the end both regular and menthol. ...
24. mrsjonatzke
mrsjonatzke
I was one of those chain smokers, had to have 2 in a row to get any effect- Now coming up on 100 days- Im Completely Free!!! Thankful to have all the support that I have recevied!!
25. cmhfor20
cmhfor20
Today I celebrate my Sixth Year Quit! It can be done, and the support here at Quitnet is exceptional! ...
26. pandora38WA
pandora38WA
It feels good being a non smoker.
I take it one day at a time, every day I make a promise ...
27. miriamlam
miriamlam
After 25 years of smoking and multiple quits, I do believe that after 400 + days I have this in ...
28. Angelgyrl1313
Angelgyrl1313
Hi everyone. I am 57 years old and have been smoking since I was 13, that's a long time! ...
29. Jubillee
Jubillee
I am a 38 year old single mom of two. I have smoked since I was 14 years old and ...
30. Crateria
Crateria
Every cigarette I smoked, I hated. After it was over, I hated myself. I realized it was time ...
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