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Old 02-09-18, 04:29 PM
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Re: my horrible addiction to smoking

You can quit smoking! It makes perfect sense that you would be worried about relapsing. Can the 12-steps be used to quit smoking? Could you read the Big Book and go to meetings as a two-for-one?

My mom smoked for 40+ years and died 10 years ago at 63 yo. of lung cancer so I am a big advocate of quitting smoking. She loved smoking, never tried to quit and I never asked her but I wish I would have. Your son is awesome for writing such a thoughtful letter and you can see that you have a great relationship.


All 50 states have free resources to quit smoking:

http://www.nj.gov/health/fhs/tobacco/quitting/
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