Ready to stop?

. January 2, 2015.
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Being a quitter is typically frowned upon, but some habits are good to break. Ready to stop smoking for good? If you’ve tried in the past, you know how difficult this process can be. Those who want a little extra support can find refuge in a small group that is going through the same struggle. New Beginnings Healing Center specializes in health for the body and spirit, and will offer small group smoking cessation programs throughout January. Saturday, January 3, Sunday, January 4 and Sunday January 25. The cessation sessions will include tips, tools, acupuncture, visualization and a reinforcement CD to keep the practice alive at home.

Individual appointments are also available upon request. $100/group session. New Beginnings Healing Center, 202 N. McCord Rd. 419-861-7786, nbhctoledo.com 

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