Jennifer L. | Calgary, Alberta, CA
Don’t focus on “quitting smoking forever” - the whole process can seem really daunting that way. Celebrate the little victories; like smoke-free for an hour, then a day, then a week, etc. That way you’re less likely to feel disappointed or frustrated, and fall back into it.
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