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Mr. Hamilton

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  1. Hello; I'm still relatively new to quitting. I'm twenty-three; been smoking cigarettes since I was about sixteen. Started trying to quit a couple years ago; my record is almost three days. I'm about to start a new job on the 15th of this month, and I'm hoping for that to be my quit date, but I'm not sure if I'm ready, but I wanna be, yada yada yada and so on and so forth, ESPECIALLY because this new job docks me a hundred bucks because I'm a smoker, and it pisses me off dammit, lol. The easiest way to keep my money becomes clear pretty quick, doesn't it. I must QUIT. O.O ...Cigarettes, I mean. Not my new job which pays fourteen bucks an hour. That'd be silly haha. That's more money than I've made since I was a wildland firefighter, not to mention it comes with a lot more benefits than my former career as human canon fodder. Plus it's a giant worldwide conglomorate which allows me to pack up and move to a new city and start working at one of their offices there instead. Plus they'll help with college tuition. Have a feeling it'll open a lot of doors. Anyhoo...Pleasure to be here. ...I guess. Lol. PS: What are your best tips for me to be able to quit in the next seven days, five hours, and twenty-one minutes? I've got patches. I can get gum. Maybe start vaping? --JT

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