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A Quitter’s Journey ASL

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A Quitter’s Journey ASL Video

This is the story of a woman who was able to quit smoking after joining a quit smoking now class. She started smoking while she was going through a divorce and smoked for over twenty years. The most diifcult trigger for her was being alone and having time for herself. She quit with the help of gum and patches and has remained smoke free for almost two years. Celebrate her journey to being tobacco free.