I just wanted to say to everyone that is/has/ever struggled with nicotine addiction that it's entirely doable to quit. Today I am 2 years smoke free and it's wonderful! I remember the early days, not, fun, not pretty but they passed and suddenly I had serious time (heck 3 days was serious time at first) under my belt and there was no going back. I just want to wish everyone who has a genuine desire to quit the peace of mind that I found and the help that I had lavished upon me. You CAN do this and it gets easier and easier as you begin to unravel the mystery of nicotine addiction. Sorry about tooting my own horn but I just want each and every one of you to arrive at your own 2 year anno and realize that not only is there life after smoking...it is immeasurably better and smoking can and will become a distant memory.
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