Well my wife decided she wants to quit which I think is fantastic news. I do have one question. She said once the rest of the cigarettes are gone she will stop which is a little over a carton. I mentioned it is sometimes good to set a quit date. Well she mentioned Feb 1. Well If she sets that as a date she will probably have to buy more. My question is, is it ok to not set a quit date and just stop after you run out or is it more effective to set a date. She is really trying to get excited about this.
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