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The Good News

When you smoke, it becomes an important part of your life. Certain activities, feelings and people are linked to your smoking. When you come across these things, they may “trigger” your urge to smoke. Try to anticipate these triggers and find ways to deal with them.

Here are a few tips:
• Go places that don’t allow smoking
• Spend more time with non-smokers
• Keep your hands busy
• Take a deep breath and remind yourself why you are quitting

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Consider Using a Quit Smoking Program 1-800-TRY-TO-STOP

• Massachusetts Department of Health Massachusetts Smokers’ Helpline:
You can talk to a quit smoking counselor at: 1-800-QUIT NOW (1-800-784-8669) www.makesmokinghistory.org
Spanish: 1-800-DÉJALO (1-800-833-5256)

• US Department of Health and Human Services
If you are ready to quit go to www.smokefree.gov

• Get quit support through your mobile phone with the Smokefree text
To sign up, go to http://smokefree.gov/smokefreetxt

• 12 step program with phone and internet meetings

• National Cancer Institute Quitline www.cdc.gov/tobacco