Addiction

According to the surgeon general of the United State, C. Everett Coop in the 1980″s announced smoking is more addictive than heroin. As a former smoker, I am here to testify that quitting cigarettes was the hardest thing I ever did. It took nearly two years to change my life and live without cigarettes. I relapsed often, but got back on track immediately as my end goal was to win. I frequently cried because I missed it so much. Today I am nicotine and smoke free. I will be three years in August. I never thought I would be that person who couldn’t stand the smell of smoke. I never knew how bad my clothes, hair of breath smelled from smoking. I am so happy to be free of my addiction to nicotine; an addiction that controlled my life. I didn’t travel on airplanes because I couldn’t smoke. I didn’t go to movie theaters or attend lectures because I couldn’t smoke. In other words my addiction was controlling my life, and I told myself that I was ok with that because it was easier than quitting. If you want to quit and want to know what to expect, feel free to contact me. I will be happy to share anything that will help you be free. By the way, I also work with other addictions as well. We all need support.

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