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My Mrs and I quit together on July 13th 2010.


I have had one cigarette since, about a month ago and it made me as sick as hell. As I sit here now we're well on our way to 5 months but I still crave the silly things. I know I wont smoke again, but giving up a 40 a day habit was not an easy thing to do.


Anyone thinking of doing it - best thing you'll ever do.


Get support - it's FREE and available everywhere around you. You just have to WANT to Stop.

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Good stuff, well done.


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Well done :-)


It will be 2 years for me on 01/01/11 and I don't miss it at all. I have friends who smoke and don't have a problem with that but do not feel the urge to smoke at all, even when drunk!


It does get easier and the urges will go, its not easy to do but by the sounds of it you are doing a brillant job :)

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