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I found this article in Ray William Johnson’s web site last year, and saved it, cause it is very true.
I have to confess that I was a smoker (and I am NOT proud at all of saying it out loud, actually is very embarassing) but recently decided to quit.
So it’s been 2 months now (not that much, but at least is something) and hope this last for ever. The good thing is that I don’t feel like smoking as much as I did before, my allergies are gone, and I don’t feel tired when I have to do pshysical activities.
Plus, telling my patients “Hey sir, I really think you should quit smoking” was really hypocrite from me… so if you’ve never tried a cigarrette, DON’T START, and if you are in fact a smoker, read this newspaper’s article, it will make you THINK.
Without further ado, I leave you with the list of behaviors that are worse than smoking. Enjoy