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Old 09-13-2013, 11:53 PM   #41
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Stick with it Woody. I quit cold turkey a few years ago. The first month is the worst. I still get a craving all along, but they fade fast. Cig smoke does not bother me unless it is in an enclosed place.

You will thank yourself if you quit. Lots of money for guns and ammo saved. And you will feel better.

Keep it up!

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Old 09-14-2013, 12:02 AM   #42
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You'll feel a lot better. quitting drinking will also make you feel tons healthier. You wouldn't believe for those 2 things change you.

I've also always thought is a lot harder to quit the second time. If you can do it once and stick with it That's definitely the way to go. No cheating either!

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Old 11-29-2013, 01:32 PM   #43
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There is a volunteer who works in the lab a couple times a week. He's about my age and sometimes we sit and talk if it's slow. He was telling me he quit smoking 18 years ago because his wife has asthma and his smoking was making it difficult for her to breathe. The interesting thing about this conversation was for the last 18 years, he's been chewing Nicorette gum. If he doesn't have Nicorette gum, he says he "gets a little nervous." He said he liked smoking and he would still be smoking if his wife didn't have asthma. I can't imagine chewing Nicorette gum for 18 years!!

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YOU CAN DO IT

Coming up on 4 years here. It took a while, but I can honestly say there is no appeal left when it comes to cancer sticks. Smelling other smokers' second hand is actually quite disgusting to me these days.

that said, I realize that one cigarette, smoked for any reason, will lead to a pack.....then a carton.....then it's off to the races again. go visit a cancer ward, that might help you!

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The hardest part will be after a few beers.

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