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    Two key reasons why teens vape
    editor_morgan posted:
    Have you caught your teen vaping? Click here to find out why more teens are choosing e-cigarettes .
    Ac2662 responded:
    I found out my daughter smoked cigarettes when she was 16. I was devastated but myself as a smoker I felt I didn't have much leg to stand on telling her how wrong it was. When she was 17 she started Vaping on e cigarettes this made me furious. But she slowly lowered her nicotine levels and no longer does either. Now I'm Vaping and lowering my nicotine level. I still have the oral addiction so it may take me longer but I do feel better and my doctor monitors me.
    editor_morgan replied to Ac2662's response:
    I'm glad to hear that your daughter no longer smokes cigarettes or vapes. Everyone's journey is different through this process. I'm happy to hear that your doctors are monitoring you. You are closer everyday to ridding yourself of this addiction! You can do it!

    We are all proud of you and we are here for you.

    Thanks for sharing your story ((hugs)).

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