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About johnny5

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    North Carolina
  • Quit Date
    Nov. 16, 2014

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  1. Welcome @Amy R. and congratulations on over 1 month smoke free. You are doing an awesome thing in quitting smoking!
  2. Welcome Joan. Sorry to hear about your relapse but you are doing a great thing by quitting again. Remember, smoking does nothing positive for you. Everything that comes with smoking is negative and deadly. Quitting is gaining freedom. You can do this!
  3. Welcome @CarpeLibrum and congratulations on 2 weeks smoke free. You are doing great thing in quitting smoking. Stick around this site. There is a lot of support and knowledge you can gain here to help you.
  4. There are less smokers in the United States now, and probably a lot of other modern nations as well. I saw somewhere years ago where the percentage of the US population that smoked has been on the decline for several decades. I think it is attributed to education about smoking's harmful effects and smoking just having a big social stigma now. Unfortunately, vaping has become quite popular and for weird reasons people consider it less harmful (I disagree with that). I think vaping has replaced smoking among younger people in more modernized nations. Also, smoking is s
  5. Congratulations Jeff. You are doing great!
  6. Congratulations on 2 months smoke free, Deb. You are doing great!
  7. Congratulations on 2 months smoke free, @Judi Celebrate big today

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