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  • #16
    I quit about 7 years ago... I found that when I split up from my first wife, I didn't need the stress reducer anymore. Quit drinking as much and quit smoking.
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    Wayne Luke
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Freddie Bingham
      Just make sure you don't replace one habit with another and end up addicted to food.
      Very smart advice. The human body can be a tricky thing.


      • #18
        Good for you!! I hope it works out for you..I have tried quitting and am going to try again..I think I just have no will power or something..My sister quit smoking though..she had smoked for like 20 yrs I guess (she's 10yrs older then me) anyway she just did it one day..ended up getting some sort of nerve pill from the dr. b4 it was over with but did it anyway..
        Keep us posted and Good Luck!!!

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        • #19
          I've smoked for over ten years. .

          Gotta speed up this slow process somehow or another.

          By the way, good luck!


          • #20
            I managed to go the whole day without one yesterday altho I got some real bad cravings in the afternoon. Mostly because I was sitting around with my buddies playing spades and they all smoke.

            O well, today should be eaiser!


            • #21
              Good luck.. try your best . it's good for you and all the people around you!


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              • #22
                Good luck with it all, Brad.

                Stay away from passive smoke, it could only tempt you more.


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