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I started smoking my Grandads' cigarettes 33yrs. ago (I was 11 yrs). He'd toss them into the grass and, I'd quickly run the little butt back behind the garage so that it  wouldn't burn ou before I could smoke it. It was hard to come by fire when you were 11yrs. old in my day and time so I had to move quickly. 

I was a hairstylist for the first 21yrs. of my career and if you know many hairstylists from the 80's, we sure were  some smoking, drinking, partying girls and I did my fair share of drinking, smoking and other things unmentionable! However, the smoking remained after I grew into womanhood.

 Now, I am a Medical Assistant and the Grandmother of a beautiful 4 month old granddaughter. ( I don't want any of my icky smoke around her!)  She lives with me because My daughter is a young (18yr. Old) mother that is finishing up with high school.

Since I work in health care now, I have to quit smoking. I was let go right before Christmas from my position for being a smoker (of course, that was not the actual reason given, for that would be discrimination). And because many  Major facilities are not hiring smokers ( it's part of the drug screen)  I am at a loss of employment at the worst time possible. I have a daughter and granddaughter to take care of for a little longer and smoking is no longer a priority in my life and I could kick myself for ever making it such! But I'm not going to beat myself up over that! I just want to become a quitter!

I am doing this for me! I have been saying to myself for at least 8 years that I hate being a smoker, but when ever I thought about quitting, I didn't know how. I learned a ton about smokers and myself from Allen Carr's book, The Easy Way To Quit Smoking, In fact, without it I would not have had any success!

I am leaving the link for anyone who wants to be a quitter too

http://media.wix.com/ugd/74fa87_2010cc5496521431188f905b7234a829.pdf

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