Thanks Stan, everyone keeps telling me about that book. I will pick it up this weekend.
People also keep telling me what to do when I get cravings, however for today at least, I am in a constant state of cravings. It's not coming and going, it's just always there.
Brad's going to buy me one of those electronic cigs on the way home from work. If I go into a gas station right now, I will buy a pack of cigs, so he can get it for me instead.
Stay with it and deal with the triggers. It really does work. Different strokes for different folks I know, but here is my take on aids. Take them off and don't use them as you only have to deal with the substitutes later in the process. Been there and done that spent lots of money on aids.
I also had to say to myself, I Don't Smoke, over and over for the first couple of days but it gets easier. How long has it been now a day, two days, give yourself a big pat on the back you survived without a smoke. You don't smoke. Great aye. That feeling you have when you and the horse do something new. Well, feel it again now.
See you can do it, you already have. You are alive you did not drop dead from the lack of a smoke.
The nicotine is out of your system within 72 hours from then on you are dealing with the psychological addiction. Now I'm off