One Year Smoke Free Milestones
All That I Learned in One Year
At one year smoke free, Jen shares the tips and tricks that helped her quit smoking successfully.
Finally! Freedom from Nicotine Addiction
Through several attempts to quit smoking, Ellen learned what she needed to know to become smoke-free and stay that way for life.
Without much warning, Buddy was suddenly read to quit smoking. He share his quit story here.
Nothing Works Unless You Do
After numerous attempts, Holly finally found the right ingredients for success with quitting smoking.
The Double Life of a Secret Smoker
An ex-smoker's story of smoking in secret and quitting with online support.
I Once Was Stuck, But Now Am Free
Hannah's quit story beautifully illustrates the process of healing from nicotine addiction.
The Freedom is Incredible! - Kathy's Story
The first year of smoking cessation teaches us a lot of lessons about the nature of nicotine addiction
One Year - Thank God I'm Free!
Diana's success with smoking cessation hinged on Chantix, education and lots of support.
Deborah Quit Smoking One Year Ago
"On October 13, 2004 I took a step that has changed my life. I somehow summoned the strength and courage to throw out the cigarettes that had accompanied me everywhere I went for twenty years."
A Year of Living Gratefully - Jane's Story
August 5, 2006 signaled the beginning of what would turn out to be lasting freedom from nicotine addiction for Jane.
Georgia's(GEORGIAONE) One Year Milestone
"NEVER, EVER stop remembering why you quit or why you want to stay quit. Those reasons will get you through almost anything."
Joe's(Bayman48) One Year Milestone
"Without a doubt, the most important thing in determining your success is your attitude, or how you approach and move through your quitting process. You can do all of the planning in the world, have all the aids, all the support, etc., but if your heart isn't in it, you will fail."
A Message to Those Who "Can't" Quit Smoking
Open heart surgery convinced Walt that he was going to quit smoking, once and for all. Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US, and the leading cause of death caused by smoking. Smoking is hard on the heart.
Larry's One Year Milestone
"People ask if I quit smoking cold turkey or did I use a quit aid. I tell them my quit aid for the first week or two was a debilitating illness brought on by 50 years of smoking."
LBonn's One Year Milestone
Larry (LBONN) shares how it feels to reach one year smoke free: "I made the decision to permanently cease smoking because it is my desire to live the remainder of my life in the "best possible health"."
Perk(PERK1) Reaches a Year Smoke Free
"If you're thinking about quitting - please do it. You can do it. I breathe better, I don't cough anymore, I smell great...and I might add I've gained a grand total of four pounds which I can live with."
Ronnie Quit Smoking One Year Ago
"There was a time, and no so long ago, that I thought I would always smoke. I worried each and every day about what I was doing to my body and how I was shortening my life, but still I continued to smoke."
Shuie's(SHUIE2) One Year Milestone
"It's been a wild but fantastic year. I've grown sooo much! I've learned so many things about myself in addition to learning how to live a healthier, smokefree lifestyle."
Teresa's(uraqt66) One Year Smoke Free Milestone
"One year ago today I became a grownup...finally. I stopped making excuses about why I couldn't quit. I'm not putting my life on the line for a smoke anymore."
This is My Quit Story - and You are Part of It
Once Lisa accepted the idea that she was addicted to nicotine, it motivated her to break the chains and find her freedom.
One Year Ago Today....Bob's Quit Story
At one year smoke-free, Bob looks back at the challenges that come with smoking cessation.
Leaving Nicotine Addiction Behind
Overcoming nicotine addiction is a process, as this ex-smokers shares in her quit story, looking back at a year smoke-free.
An Unbelievable Year -- Melba's Quit Story
Losing an aunt to lung cancer and watching her mother suffer with COPD finally helped Melba stop smoking.
Paula Quit Smoking One Year Ago
"I started my journey in January 2004, determined that I was going to be a non smoker. I was sick of being sick, terrified of what I was doing to my body by continuing to smoke, but also absolutely terrified to let go of my 'good friend' nicotine, who had been there for me through so much."