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Nine Things That Have Changed For the Better Since I Quit Smoking

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Comments (90)
  1. Will G says:

    Thankfully I never started smoking though many of my family members have. If I were to have quit it would have been for health reasons and because they cost SO much.

  2. Kelly D says:

    My reason for quitting would be for my health if I had become addicted (I was an occasional social smoker). I haven’t smoked in years now.

  3. Steve Weber says:

    My reason for quitting is for my own health and my family as well.

    groogruxking40 @ gmail dot com

  4. Natalie says:

    I have never been a smoker but my grandpa quit cold turkey without any help when his grandson was born.

  5. Madeline says:

    I’d quit for so many health reasons: healthy lungs, heart, less cancer, etc.

  6. Denise L says:

    I never started smoking because I hated that my mom smoked. I did watch my husband quit. We were looking for some rural property to buy for a weekend getaway. When I told him he could pay for his half of 80 acres if he just quit smoking, he was done. Just like that!

  7. latanya says:

    I am not a smoker

  8. Tamra H says:

    I quit successfully for my family. Need to stay healthy for them!

  9. Margaret Smith says:

    My reason is my kids and husband. I want to be around as long as I can.

  10. Lisa Brown says:

    I never started smoking, luckily.
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  11. Lisa Brown says:

    tweet-https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/782530550422577155
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  12. Julie Wood says:

    I quit because of my kids, and all the second hand smoke that is so damaging to others. I am glad I quit, I save all that money and I feel so much better.

  13. Julie Wood says:

    tweet-https://twitter.com/JewelWood/status/782549746120482816

  14. Susan says:

    Let me give you the 10th reason: Your child(ren) won’t have the stress and worry about your health because of cigarettes. My dad smoked and I was always worried about him because of that. Schools teach kids that smoking is bad for your health so naturally when they see a parent doing it, they worry.

  15. Mita says:

    I do not smoke.

  16. Allison Swain says:

    I have never smoked. I actually am allergic to cigarette smoke! I have a few family members that do and are trying to quit. It is good that you were able to quit! Congrats 🙂 Thank you for the chance to win this.

    allisonrsdswain(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  17. Jessica To says:

    I have never smoked but my incentive to not smoke is that I don’t want my son to have to sit in smoke in our home and have a negative effect on his health.

  18. Anastasia Falling says:

    Wanting to feel healthier! Wanting to spend my money on better things 🙂

  19. Elle says:

    I have never smoked so no need to quit, never had any desire try.

  20. Rachel says:

    My reasons for quitting were I wanted to be healthier and my husband also wanted me to.

  21. Jessie C. says:

    I have never been a smoker. I know my grandfather quits cold turkey for health reason.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  22. Jessie C. says:

    tweet-https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/783138527349448705

  23. Erlene Amat says:

    Great job quitting to smoke. I’ve been trying for years to get my hubby to spot, so I know it’s not any easy thing to do.

  24. Cynthia C says:

    I have never been a smoker and attribute it to the fact that neither of my parents smoked. I think that’s the best reason not to – to be a good example for your kids.

  25. heather says:

    I want to quit for health reasons and because they cost a fortune these days.

  26. Susan Smith says:

    I have never smoked but both my parents did. They both quit when they started developing health problems. Their reason to quit was to get healthier. My SIL recently quit after smoking for over 30 years.

  27. Chris says:

    I never started smoking – I hated how the walls in our home were dirty where my father smoked and how it made me cough (I was diagnosed with asthma as an adult).

  28. kjasus says:

    i would quit to help keep my family healthy

  29. mami2jcn says:

    I’ve never smoked but I would say the reasons for quitting are your overall health and lifespan.

  30. mami2jcn says:

    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/788030601295257600

  31. Dawn M says:

    I want to quit for my health and to enjoy my grandkids. I am strugglng. I bought a vape unit for my next attempt to quit.

  32. Dee says:

    I don’t smoke but would love to help my friend – she’s training for a marathon but having a hard time giving up smoking.

  33. Dee says:

    I tweeted as well – thanks for the chance! https://twitter.com/DeeGee13/status/788396386605674496

  34. Jennai says:

    My reasons for quitting are 1) better health 2) save money

  35. LAMusing says:

    My vision is getting very bad, my clothes and house stink and I can’t afford it. Reading a book now to psych myself up to quit this month.

  36. Anne says:

    My reasons for quitting were to save money and avoid all the smells that go along with cigarettes. That was thirty years ago, and I’m still a non-smoker!

  37. Anne says:

    Here’s my tweet about your blog post and the Nicorette giveaway:
    https://twitter.com/NotherAnneOther/status/788834439019257856
    Thanks! And congrats on quitting.

  38. Living healthier is going to help me enjoy future grandchildren and life in general!
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  39. maria cantu says:

    I’ve never smoked.

  40. sandra says:

    mine was also having children

  41. Shannon says:

    If I were a smoker, I’d quit to be a good example for my kids!

  42. Kristen says:

    I’ve never smoked, but if I did I’d quit for my health and budget.

  43. angie lilly says:

    I have never smoked. My father smoked 4 packs a day for over 40 years and died due to health problems caused by that. I think he is the reason that I never even tried. Kudos to you for quitting!

  44. Tabathia B says:

    I think a reason for someone to stop smoking is because it isn’t healthy long term.

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  45. Tarissa says:

    I don’t smoke, but if I did, I would quit for the sake of better health for myself and family.

  46. Ellie Wright says:

    For me it would be wanting to stay alive and spend as much time as possible with my grandchildren.

  47. Stephanie Phelps says:

    My reason to quit is my beautiful granddaughter and wanting to have my health for her!

  48. sherri crawford says:

    my reason would be my overall health

  49. elizabeth says:

    I never started but if I did – I would quit for a healthier life

  50. Betty Curran says:

    I’ve never been a smoker but my father smoked as well as my husband. I saw first hand the dangers to health and tried to keep my children from smoking. I wasn’t totally successful, but they all quit except one and I don’t think he will ever stop.

  51. Thomas Murphy says:

    I don’t smoke but if I did I would quit for health reasons.

  52. Randi theriault says:

    I quit in 2012 after my dad passed away, hardest thing I’ve ever done! So completely worth it!

  53. Sarah L says:

    I’m glad this worked for you. Children are the most important reason.
    Thanks for the contest.

  54. Jerry Marquardt says:

    The main reason that I quit smoking was to help out with declining health. I could really feel the difference when I stopped.

  55. Daniel says:

    Well, I did not manage to quit smoking 5 years ago but I switched from cigarettes to vaporizers and decreased the amount of nicotine that I consume. Not bad after all =))
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  56. Sharon Underwood says:

    I have never smoked and quit before I started because I see what smoking does to others.

  57. Jammie says:

    My health is the main reason for me to quit again.

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