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“Tomorrow is my two year anniversary of quitting smoking. It took me a very very long time to actually quit, quit... I tried several times….

I started smoking when I was 14 years old. Smoked until I was 24 then I quit before I got pregnant with my first child. It’s the best thing I ever did” Sarah, Manchester

“Whenever you want a cigarette, just let me know and I will tell you about my mom who is battling lung cancer.” Clare, Kent

My dad passed away last week (Jan 16, 07), he’d been a smoker since he was 12 years old; he was only 55, too young to die. I miss him so much; he was my mum’s rock. He died of lung cancer, a 30 a day man… If you’re quitting hang in there!

“My dad started smoking at an early age, when he was 62 he had a heart attack, the doctor said it was because of his smoking, I will never forget the fear in his face… never! He quit and hasn’t touched a cigarette since! Don’t let that be you quit today and be smoke free! - Good Luck!” – Kevin Field (The Author of Click and Quit Smoking)

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“I quit New Year’s Eve and made it this time... I gained about 14 pounds when I quit, but I have now lost 20 lbs so I’m down 6 pounds from where I was when I quit smoking”

“So it’s been Six months, two weeks, one day, 8 hours, 57 minutes and 43 seconds. 5921 cigarettes not smoked, saving $887.99. Life saved: 2 weeks, 6 days, 13 hours, 25 minutes.”

“I stopped one day didn’t really have a plan at first, or intention. I ran out of cigs and decided to see how long I could last without one. That was 2 years ago.”

“I have a friend, who was a 60 a day man until one day his wife had had enough and said STOP. He did, and has never touched a cigarette since; he’s in his 70’s now.”

“I managed to stop cold turkey. The hardest thing about stopping smoking is making the decision to do it, and you have to realise that you can NEVER light one up, have just one, or even take a puff again. If you do, you might just as well go out and buy a pack there and then.” Carl, Surrey

“The day before you quit, get rid of all ashtrays and lighters. On the day you quit, quit at 12 noon, go to bed early, and before you know it, you have gone 24 hours without smoking! Good luck!”

“I quit 5 years ago after 35 years of 40 a day. These days I’m ok I haven’t looked back except with happiness I quit. Must to admit to sniffing the odd ashtray for a day or two though.” Gary, London

“After 20 years as a smoker I felt so sick, I was fed up and angry with myself for smoking, so I gave up… I planned out what I’d do with my hands and the cravings and that was it I’m a non-smoker.”

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“My wife and I both stopped together. We made a date 2 months in advance and smoked up to that moment. It was a hard 3 months and then started to ease. Now I wouldn’t touch a cigarette, even if they were giving them away!”

“I quit without any nicotine patches or gums, I planned out what I was going to do, made a date and went for it. The best thing is the smell of my clothes, nice and fresh” Paula, Liverpool

“I stopped smoking overnight nearly 20 years ago. It was hard at first, since the first couple of weeks I've never had the urge to smoke again. I actually hate the smell of tobacco now.”

 “I quit without using any nicotine replacement rubbish either, they don't work. I have a friend who has tried to quit three times in as many months, using patches, but on all three occasions he has lit up again after about a week.”

”I had a serious heart attack when I was quite young, I immediately stopped smoking. Then in later years in my 50’s I started smoking cigars, I ended up smoking a dozen half a day. I was out one New Year’s Eve and smoked myself sick at dinner. The very next day I gave up. Make yourself really sick of it and you'll succeed.”

“I found it took the loss of my daughter to make me quit, she died at 38 years old, she had a coronary, she smoked 30 a day since she was 10 years old and 28 years later she was gone. I blame myself for smoking when she was a child. I quit the day she died. Please stop smoking for you and those you love.” Susan Watson, Cornwall

“I, my husband and my sister quit when our terminally ill mother who had cancer asked us to, since then I have convinced 2 other people to quit too, my mum's legacy lives on.” Petra, Kent 

“I am the classic ex-smoker - I hate the smell of cigarette smoke and will avoid smoky atmospheres at all costs.

I am also considerably better off financially!”

”I was a dedicated smoker - I enjoyed smoking - so if I can stop, anyone can! Good luck to all who make this important decision - I know how difficult it is, but IT IS WORTH IT!”

”It’s hard to stop, I decided to quit and save my money to buy a new car, and I quit and achieved my goal within 6 months. “

 “My advice is ... reward yourself, be prepared to resolutely put the evil smoking behind you. Good luck, I hope you make it”

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