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trene1963
Georgia, USA
Member Since 11/18/2013
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My Quit:
I am on day 6 of not smoking. I am getting over pneumonia and decided I like being able to breath. At times I could barely get a breath. I am only 50 and I have five beautiful grandchildren and would like to be a part of their lives for a little longer. My father in law died of lung cancer and now my mother-in-law has it. I'm afraid my second hand smoke will cause my husband to have cancer. Different types of cancer seems to run in his family. So far I am doing very well with it. The urges come but I know if I can just get through the next few min. I will be okay. Thats what I keep telling myself anyway! Wish me luck!

Advice:
When you get the urge tell yourself just wait a few min. and it will pass. Go brush your teeth! it helps!

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