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  1. Just wanted to let everyone know that I've been quit a month now. The smoking wars videos really opened my eyes and gave me the motivation to try again. I'm using Chantix and it has reduced urges greatly. Thanks to everyone who commented and helped me get on the right track.
  2. Thanks. Everyone responding is helping me to realize that I can beat this monster that I'm sure has taken some years from my life. I watched the first documentary on the home page and it was eye opening. Thanks again everyone.
  3. I've heard some of the stories. Adding things to make the nicotine effects stronger. I will watch them today when I get some time.
  4. I will check it out. Thanks to everyone that has replied. I'm just so pissed at myself for letting my health get to this point and still doing an act that I know is killing me. I'm going to sit down and read through this site and try again.
  5. Hello, I found this site and joined to see if I could get some help. I'm in my mid fifties and been a pack and a half smoker since I was a teenager. I have copd, emphysema and was diagnosed with lung cancer last year. I've gone through chemo and radiation and got good news that the tumors have shrunk and stopped growing. Starting immunotherapy soon. Even after all this, my dumb ass is still smoking. I quit for a month and was vaping but now I've started back. I'm so damn mad at myself and feel so weak. I thought for sure a cancer diagnosis if anything would get me to stop. But I'm still smoking and want to quit so bad. I've tried Chantix but was having weird dreams. Has anyone else struggled like this and been able to quit?

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