It seems like during a quit, stress is my biggest enemy. This morning, five minutes before we needed to leave to take him to school and me to work, my son tells me his throat was sore all day yesterday. He has recurring strep and will have his tonsils out this summer, but as I was in a panic, mentally rearranging my day, I wanted to smoke so bad I wanted to cry. Good thing my husband was gone and there were none in the house. As it turns out, he had no fever so he could go to school and I have an appt. for him at the dr. later today, but does anyone have any advice on how to handle stressful unexpected situations? Thanks.
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