I DON'T WANT TO QUIT. IT'S AS SIMPLE AS THAT. I HAVE BIPOLAR DISORDER AND I ONLY STARTED SMOKING ALMOST THREE YEARS AGO DURING A MANIC EPISODE. OF COURSE I WISH I NEVER DID, BUT HEY.....THAT'S WHY WE'RE HERE IN THIS GROUP. I DON'T WANT TO QUIT BECAUSE I SIMPLY ENJOY IT TOO MUCH. YEAH, I KNOW IT'S BAD FOR YOU HEALTH AND ALL THAT, BUT I STILL LIKE DOING IT. IT'S NOT BECAUSE IT'S COOL BECAUSE NOWADAYS IT'S WAY OUT OF STYLE. I SIMPLY NEED THE DESIRE TO QUIT. USUALLY IF I HAVE A DESIRE TO DO SOMETHING, I CAN ACCOMPLISH IT. USUALLY LOL! I'D LIKE TO KNOW YOUR STRUGGLES. ARE YOU READY TO QUIT? HOW LONG HAVE YOU SMOKED? HAVE YOU TRIED TO QUIT? DO YOU REALLY WANT TO? BE HONEST HERE. THAT'S WHAT WE'RE HERE FOR. LET'S LET IT ALL HANG OUT!! NOW, I HOPE TO SEE SOME MEMBERS HERE SOON! ADIOS! *LIGHTING UP NOW*
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