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Quit smoking cigarettes

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Main goal: ways to try and handle the art of quitting the smokes. Therefore: be a healthy human being.
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by anaccosta in Introduce Yourself on Apr 18

I am a 26yo. In the present I smoke 2-3 cigarettes a day. I stopped today. I didn't buy any more cigarettes. Then at...

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Jul 26, 2012
Jul 10, 2012

I wish we had a "stop smoking application".

I created this group to keep track of my smoking. I want to give up the smokes. I don't want to put cancer in my body. Cancer is a painful and long desperate agony so I want to give myself some respect and be able to take pride on being a rehabilitated social smoker. 


1. Log the # of smokes you have had everyday as part of your commentary of the end of day. This helps to keep track of the count.

2. Check how many you had at the end of every week.

3.Reinforce yourself to stop by acquiring a new activity to do when you feel like smoking. (Make sure it's not over-eating :P ).

4. Comment when you want to share what happened to you this day, bad or good; and how things are going in your path.

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