Loretta

I quit smoking when I got pregnant with my daughter 23 years ago. I had tried quitting before, but this time I had a responsibility to another human being. This made it easier for me. If you are accountable to someone else, this may be the little extra thing that you need. Change is never easy, but it is worth it. I stayed away from triggers that reminded me of smoking and I replaced my bad habit with good habits. Then the changes really became noticeable. I am glad everyday that I quit smoking. It made a difference in my life and in the life of my daughter.

Its not an easy thing to do, but find what works for you and stick with it.

Loretta
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Loretta
Nanton, Alberta