Just Plain Slow
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Santa Clarita, CA
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Originally Posted by gforeman
My apologies. After a visit with mom to the respiratory clinic, I was not in a good place.
No worries. It takes two (or three, or four...) to tango. Besides, I know how I feel about smoking after my year of chemo....and my cancer wasn't lung cancer or smoking related. You've been directly affected by smoking, and I'm sure it's hard.
I've never been strangled by the nicotine addiction, but I hear quitting is one of the hardest things ever, for most. I would guess it's probably harder than my 70+ days of chemo, which blows my mind. Again, for those quitting, my hat is off to you. One [strike]day[/strke] minute at a time. Post here if you need support. You'll always have a shoulder to lean on. Heck, even use all cap's and bold if you're feeling like you have to bite someone's head off. We'll understand!
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