I'm 31 and have high blood pressure and my spouse does not, but we both smoke. A pack of cigarettes lasts me about 2-3 days (depending on what's going on), but my spouse smokes about a pack (if not more) a day. Does anyone have any advice about how I can quit smoking while living with a smoker?
I don't want to "force" my spouse to quit. This is a change that I have to make for myself and my health. The doctor is constantly telling me that if I quit and lost at least 30 lbs I could probably go off meds completely. I know all the risks, it's just so hard when you're used to lighting up after meals, while driving, when you're stressed etc.
Has anyone tried those electronic cigarettes?
Thanks for the help!
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