I remember one of the cigarettes I had when I was 16. Walking to school, I lit up and became so ill I thought I would become sick. The feeling subsided and I was able to continue on and get addicted. That may have been the warning sign I needed.
10 years and many desperate quit-attempts later, I fell upon the Q. With only the motivational words of its' members, and a determination to succeed, I was able to finally quit. The support that I received here on a daily basis was amazing. I truly owe a thank you to the QuitNet and its' members. Thank you for giving me back the past year of my life!
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Quitting smoking is not just overcoming the urge to smoke... it's taking back control of your life, and embracing a much healthier one.