Rebecca C. | Weatherly, Pennsylvania, USA
Anytime you’re in a situation that you can’t smoke, you’re gonna quit weather you like it or not. Such as well pregnancy or say basic training. I joined the Army and while in Basic training you can’t smoke. So that was when I quit. I figured if I haven’t smoked for this long, I shouldn’t start again.
SO, I am not saying sign up for the military, just put your self in a situation to where you can’t smoke, keep yourself busy with your hands. Pick up sewing, writing, painting, stuff like that. Good Luck and hopefully one day we will live in a smokeless world!
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