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Most of us didn't realize we were giving up our right to choose when we started smoking, but nicotine addiction is quick to enslave.  If you're ready to break the chains of addiction, the resources here will help you quit smoking -- permanently.

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Superman Doesn't Smoke

Talking directly to your kids about smoking while they are young is the best way to help them avoid tobacco use later on.

22 Things I've Learned About Quitting Smoking

In her personal account, this ex-smoker shares 22 things that helped her quit smoking successfully. They will help you, too.

There is No Such Thing as "Just One" Cigarette

What will happen if I smoke just one cigarette after I quit smoking? Will I relapse and become addicted again?

A Long List of Benefits

At a year smoke-free, the list of physical and emotional benefits from quitting are impressive, as Marah shows us in her quit story.

Smokeless Tobacco Overview - Facts and Information

What is smokeless tobacco and is it safer than smoking?

What are The Icky Threes?

The icky threes refer to particular phases of smoking cessation that can be bumpy and uncomfortable as we move through nicotine withdrawal and beyond.

How Can I Break the Association Between Smoking and Drinking?

Is smoking once in awhile when I'm out for drinks a risk, and how can I stop? It should be easy, but I'm having a hard time doing it.

Information About Hookah Smoking

Is hookah smoking safer than cigarette smoking? Learn the facts about hookah use.

How To Manage Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms More Easily

Nicotine withdrawal is a challenging phase of smoking cessation, but the symptoms are more easily managed when you know what to expect.

You Have to Stay Quit to Get There - Dana's Story

At 5 years smoke-free, Dana knows that the discomforts that come with smoking cessation are truly temporary.

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