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    An_252103 posted:
    tomorrow is my quit date..smoked a pack a day for 16 years..am a 34 year old female and want to quit for myself and my son..looking for some moral support and encouragement..thank you.
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    mick919 responded:
    Hi,

    How's it going? Did you quit smoking? and are you still smoke free? If so, it really does get better after about 2 - 3 weeks. I quit a month ago and although I still think about it sometimes, it doesn't have the same power over me.

    Mick


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