Thank you for seeing me yesterday at your practice.
When I left your house I still had a packet with 3 or 4 cigs (and a lighter) in my pocket. Both, packet and lighter, disappeared in the next garbage bin I was passing on my way to Sth Yarra station.
Since then I had no urge to smoke, even though I had a “couple” of red wines last night – and it is well documented that stimulants like coffee or alcohol may be predisposing us to reach for a cigarette. This morning, the usual habit or urge of having a cigarette was not present – a very good feeling!!
Anyway, I have told some of fellow students about you and I already have one request for your phone number. It is interesting to note how many students at the college are actually smokers. Most of them (mostly young ones) know that they have to give up before entering practice – but they don’t know how. Others are non-smokers but they may be interested in knowing about your services.
What I am getting at here, Rebecca, is a possibility for you to reach some like-minded people through our college and to promote yourself here in Melbourne through word of mouth.
Most of our lecturers are Naturopaths or Herbalists or somehow related to the non-allopathic approach to health. So I can see some interest from this direction as well.
In the meantime, please accept my sincere “thank you”