just wanted to remind everyone that quitting IS possible! i had my 1st puff very young. mom thought it would discourage me....yeah-right!smoked off and on from 13 or 14 on til about 20ish. then started "full time". got up to 2,sometimes 3 packs a day.....stupid thing is-i've had asthma as long as i can remember! hubby would take me to the er for a breathing treatment and on the way back home,i'd be so happy-cuz i could finally breathe well enough to smoke! well-in 2007,i found out i was a type 2 diabetic. i was told my a doc that if i didn't quit smoking,i would start having toes removed....THAT did it! i started chantix and my last cig was 5-21-07! so for anyone who thinks they've smoked too long to quit or any other of the dumb excuses smokers come up with-YOU CAN DO IT! trish
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