I think I've cornered my smoking habit, it's wounded and extremely dangerous. Oh yes, it's just eying me waiting for one little mis-step. Like if I accidentally take one step too close to that vending machine? BAM!!! I'll be smoking like it's 1950 all over again.
The road to 3 weeks is wonky. I think because I let up a little bit. It's becoming routine. It's becoming boring quite frankly, and that's when it makes one final assault on your senses. Oh, you know I want it. But it just ain't going to happen. My wife would sooOOoo leave me if I put her through days 1,2 and 3 again. No doubt about that at all.
I think my problem to is that I never developed a strong hatred of cigarettes. Still don't... I mean I know it's unhealthy(understatement) and all... but that's all on me in my little world.
Lost my train of thought...
Anyways, yeah. I'm surprised I lasted this long quite frankly in a totally good way. I had no plan really, a couple of warm up attempts... you know... like when you're pushing a swing, getting ready for the really big one. Then just went for it. Goooooooo.
First 3 days I used NRT Gum (We don't have Champix over here) then just went cold turkey after that. It worked well for me. I could deal with all the psychological withdrawls first... before dealing with the chemical nicotine. I would have rather done it the other way around, but I just couldn't figure that one out
So here we are.
I really don't want to smoke. But if there was something just like it... I'd probably start doing it immediately
Moo, Moo, Moo ... week 3 for all of you.