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    Jonathan Foulds, PhD posted:
    Another excellent smoking cessation website is www.becomeanex.org . I like the way it treats quitting smoking as a process, and recognizes that it is not all over in a month. This site provides loads of useful tips and advice, and is particularly good at helping you link with networks of other smokers for added support. The site makes good use of new technologies to make it easy to register, easy to communicate with other smokers trying to quit, and fairly easy to ask a question not just of others trying to quit, but also of recognized experts, like Dr Richard Hurt of the Mayo Clinic.
    I also enjoyed the videos explaining nicotine addiction and how to use each of the smoking cessation medicines. Check it out and let me know what you think.[br>[br>
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    arkiegal1 responded:
    Thank you Dr. Foulds, I see that there are no posts to your forum in a week. I will check out this web site as I am struggling at this point and feel I need the support of those that have been where I am right now


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