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1. From Three Packs a Day to Smokefree!

(Web Page; Mon Oct 17 12:14:00 CDT 2016)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—a...

Description: I first started smoking when I was in middle school. One or two cigarettes a day… then high school when my mother found out, I was allowed three a day. That was in the late 1960s when people didn’t know the consequences. It was “cool” to smoke; even advertised that way.

2. From Three Packs a Day to Smokefree!

(Web Page; Fri Oct 12 15:37:00 CDT 2018)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—an...

Description: I first started smoking when I was in middle school. One or two cigarettes a day. Then high school when my mother found out, I was allowed three a day. That was in the late 1960s when people didn't know the consequences. It was "cool" to smoke; even advertised that way.

3. Smoking Doesn't Control My Life Anymore. I Do.

(Web Page; Fri Oct 21 14:43:00 CDT 2016)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—a...

Description: I started smoking when I was 16 years old and continued for 38 years. I was recently asked how often I smoked, but the better question is “When didn’t I smoke?” I guess everyone has to sleep sometime.

4. Smoking Doesn't Control My Life Anymore. I Do.

(Web Page; Fri Oct 12 15:36:00 CDT 2018)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—an...

Description: I started smoking when I was 16 years old and continued for 38 years. I was recently asked how often I smoked, but the better question is "When didn't I smoke?" I guess everyone has to sleep sometime.

5. Through Mulish Determination and a Little Help From My Friends

(Web Page; Fri Oct 12 15:38:00 CDT 2018)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—an...

Description: I started smoking in my senior year of high school and continued to smoke for the next 45 years. I finally came to the conclusion that I couldn't quit smoking on my own.

6. I've Quit So Many Things in My Life. Quitting Smoking Was the Hardest.

(Web Page; Fri Oct 12 15:30:00 CDT 2018)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—an...

Description: I've quit many things in my life but quitting smoking was the hardest. It's been eight years since I quit smoking and it blows my mind how much the smoke that I used to love bothers me so much now.

7. Cigarettes Control Your Life, Not the Other Way Around

(Web Page; Fri Oct 12 15:33:00 CDT 2018)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—an...

Description: I smoked for over 40 years, and tried quitting several times with pills, patches and hypnosis. And then I had a heart attack, and the hospital really drilled into me to stop quitting and recommended the Freedom from Smoking program. It was the only thing that I hadn't tried before, and it was what finally worked.

8. I Want to Do This for ME!

(Web Page; Wed Dec 14 08:28:00 CST 2016)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—a...

Description: On March 15, 2016, I had one cigarette left in my pack and I smoked it on the way to work. I have not had a cigarette since that time.

9. A New (Smokefree) Life Ordered Up

(Web Page; Mon Oct 17 12:15:00 CDT 2016)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—a...

Description: I'm a flight nurse, a father of three daughters, divorced and I'm a smoker. I was looking pretty good until the last part. Actually I didn't even have to confess the last part, you probably smelled me long before you met me. Frankly I never tried quitting and never cared before now.

10. A New (Smokefree) Life Ordered Up

(Web Page; Fri Oct 12 15:33:00 CDT 2018)

The American Lung Association is sharing inspiring stories from individuals who have been able to end their addiction to tobacco and stop smoking through #TheDayIQuit blog series. Quitting smoking isn't easy, but it is possible—an...

Description: I'm a flight nurse, a father of three daughters, divorced and I'm a smoker. I was looking pretty good until the last part. Actually I didn't even have to confess the last part, you probably smelled me long before you met me. Frankly I never tried quitting and never cared before now.

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