Does anyone else think the idea of having to constantly remind oneself of "not smoking today forever" depressing?
For me 4 months on, the thoughts are getting seldom but still vary in intensity from low to high - some akin to hunger pangs (I fancy a slice of that cake feeling) or others akin to the feeling you get when you miss a lover in the early onset of a passionate affair...almost physical/painful. They are maneageable, I take each in my stride and deal with them as they come but ...:
I just find the prospect of having to go through that for years depressing. Do not get me wrong, I am still working through some trigger situations and feel confident that this is the time I quit for good but the idea of having to remind myself for years and years to come feels really depressing.
Having an off day...