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    May 12 2017

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  1. Ron van Quit

    About Me

    All of us wish we were somewhere in your shoes, WestofWaikiki. I'm pretty sure that any one of us would love to turn back the hands of time to have the opportunity you have right now: To be free of the most ridiculous addiction on the planet. You need a strategy, here it is: Read, Learn and Understand your Addiction and then stop using Nicotine! Any Human Being in their right mind would. Ps: Your Fiancé is one smart cookie:)
  2. Fabulous! Such a helpful post for a newbie like me to this site. I'm Sincerely Grateful:)
  3. Ron van Quit

    Just joined and just quit last night.

    You're Rational, Decisive and Smart to get some good support. You may well succeed:)
  4. Ron van Quit

    Introducing myself

    Thank you for your warm welcomes, it actually brings tears to my eyes. I feel at home already:)
  5. Ron van Quit

    Introducing myself

    Hi, I call myself Ron van Quit. (Pretty close to my real name:) I started smoking when I was 14 years old and smoked without quitting for more that 24 hours for 44 years. I was up to 40 cigs a day for the last few years. I quit about 9 months ago. I used Champix for 5 weeks before I smoked my last cig. Champix was a pretty weird trip for me:) I really love being free from the dumbest addiction on the planet and am thriving on the the benefits of being nicotine free. I'm kinda anti-NRT and use my own acronym instead: NNN (No Nicotine Never) to protect my Quit for the long term. I recently discovered whyquit.com and am quite happy with the research and info. Understanding is powerful. Wishing everyone a fabulous Quit Recovery

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