I've been going to this site for two weeks now and reading all of the topics. The support here is really wonderful and I just wanted to tell everyone here, thanks. I've been quitting for 20 years and now I'm ready to make it work. I think one of the things that really worked for me was admitting that I had a problem and telling my doctor ( who didn't know ). Being mentally ready for this is the key. Don't just say you're going to quit, say "I don't do this anymore" and mean it. My friends have been a lot of help, especially during that first tough week. I just wanted to say thanks for the discussions and reply's. In case you don't think this works, it does. I'm a non-smoker now, not an ex-smoker.
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