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Quitting for the Long Run

It's much easier to create an excuse for why you can't stop the cycle of addiction than to admit the truth.

Smoking is like any other addiction, according to whyquit.com, so quitting is just the first step. Making sure you don't relapse is steps 2-100. Find out how to take care of your campaign to quit and you'll be breathing easier.

If you've quit smoking in the past, what's one thing that really helped?

Posted: 3/11/08