Hello, Rudy Cabrera (aka Rodolfo Urbano) here founder of this blog and I am an ex-smoker.
I started smoking when I was 12 years old, I smoked for 22 years before I decided to quit in September 2006.
I quit successfully but in 2008 I slipped, relapsed and found myself burning one pack a day.
In December 2008, I started to smoke again, I smoked for three weeks and I quit again on December 31, 2008.
In the first week of June 2009, again I relapsed for the second time and finally on July 14, 2009, I decided to quit this time for good.
On July 14, 2009, the same day I decided to quit, I created this blog, not only to remind me of my solemn promise not to smoke again, I also created this blog to help other smokers to stop once and for all the slavery brought by smoking.
If you are a smoker, now is the time to quit. Quitting is not easy but it’s doable. With a bit of commitment and determination, you can achieve freedom. The same freedom I enjoy right now.
You can make your journey during the withdrawal period as painless as possible and this is where this blog and I come in; to assist you in your quitting journey
Remember, you are not giving up anything, you are just merely quitting something that has enslaved you for so long.
So join me in this blog, voice out what you feel, don’t be ashamed, remember I was once a smoker too.
If you are an ex-smoker, I call upon your help, join me in helping other smokers quit for good. Tell us your story, your experience and advise. We will gladly place your website’s link on the articles you will submit. We will not publish your name if you want to remain anonymous.
Help me share and spread the news, please feel free to browse the posted quit smoking articles in this website that will help you quit smoking and I will do my best to update this blog regularly.
Now to start motivating you in quitting, read this interesting article What Happens When You Quit Smoking and discover the amazing benefits you will get when you quit.
Thanks for visiting,
Quitting smoking is accomplishing something more for yourself other than just giving up one negative habit.
-Rudy Cabrera (aka Rodolfo Urbano)