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TanyaJoy
Quit 6 days ago
I  am 38 years old and have tried quitting multiple times, I really want this time to be a success. I have set me quit date for 2 days from now. Fingers crossed 
Last reply: August 2 @ 9:23 am
  • Lucille Brown
    Quit 1,615 days ago
    August 1 @ 8:13 am
    TanyaJoy,  good for you,  starting when your younger is perfect as the older you are the harder it is to follow through.  Please stay in touch with us and we'll do our best to help you reach your goal.  For moral support call the quit coaches at 1-877-455-2233. It's totally free and they will help you to formulate a plan and work with you day to day if you require it.  In the meantime read the previous posts for tips and ideas on how to get started.  Hugs, Lucille.
  • QuitCoach Sunetra
    Quit 3,384 days ago
    August 1 @ 1:45 pm
    Hi TanyaJoy, Congratulations on making this important choice!! Quitting smoking is the best thing that you can do for your health. Examine your concerns and fears and plan to deal with them in a positive way.  Are you interested in trying the NRT products to assist in your quit? Plan as to how you want to do it. Quitting smoking involves a series of small challenges. Take it one at a time. Try to identify your smoking triggers, the patterns and associations you have with the cigarette. Identifying these is important while preparing to quit smoking.
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    Nightus
    Quit 137 days ago
    August 2 @ 9:23 am
    you should try harder im 38 to with chest discomfort for 3 months im going crazy thinking its my lungs