It began with a few Marlboro and then Winston cigarettes when I was 16 years old. By the time I was 17, I was smoking a pack each day. A year later after graduating from high school and no longer running track, my consumption rose to 2 packs each day. By the age of 20 I could smoke up to 3 packs/day.
This consumption rate continued unabated for the next 32 years. I changed to Salem menthols in my early 20's and smoked those exclusively for about 20 years. I smoked Marlboro Lights for the last 10 years of smoking.
Finally, enough was enough. Scott W. had become a non-smoker in 2005 simply by reading a book AND wanting to stop. He made it look so easy. I tried it and it worked. This happened one year ago -- today!
If you want to stop, get this book and give it an honest read.
It could save your life.
todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful
that I have so many choices
that I can change my minds
that people trust me enough to voice their problems to me
for THIS LINK to some A.A. PSA's
that I no longer have cigarette breath
that I no longer need leg surgery to repair vascular damage caused by nicotine
that I no longer spend hundreds of dollars each month on cigarettes
that I no longer feel uncomfortable without a pack of cigs on me
There is no pillow so soft as a clear conscience.