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    DebbielovesJesus posted:
    This is my first day no cigarette. not to say I would love to have one but I keep putting my mind in other areas and do something with my hands. If this means I need to suck on a straw I will but I want to quit. I did not like the smell on my clothes and was trying to hide my smoking from others. If you feel like you have sneak at a habit then you need to give it up. I believe God wants me healthy and happy. Smoking was not making me happy only making me cough all the time. All those out there who want to quit it can be done if you really want too. I need to be my best friend and trust that God will help me get through this one as He has got me through so much in my life.
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