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drasse Click to EMail drasseClick to check IP address of the poster 18-Jan-11, 08:28 AM (GMT)
"Do you smoke? You s"
Having seen an good buddy going trough a difficult time because of a illness caused through using cigarettes I made it my own mission to spare as much other folks as possible from the exact same experience, though shortly I realized that it doesn't matter how great the arguments are it is actually very difficult to have a smoker give up smoking, not necessarily because the arguments aren't sufficiently good and not necessarily because the smoker isn't happy to quit but simply due to the fact nicotine is really a even more addictive drug than heroin and also cocaine (scientifically confirmed).

I Then learned there is in reality a way to quit smoking with out stopping smoking, therefore leave the smoker his / her pleasure and also habit but save them from the harmful effects of cigarette smoking.

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P.S. I hope this will not get deleted due to having a link to my site as I merely attempt to inform and help.

May God bless you all

Chrissy M.
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