well i'm on day 8 of the champix again and after my last quit in June i stopped taking them on day day 10 or something - not going to make that mistake again, no matter how confident i feel.
anyway - i think i can crack the physical addiction which is interesting as Id always told everyone "no my big problem is that im just massively physcially addicted to nicotine" - well its true what they say about learning something about yourself and your addiction every time you try and quit.
this is the reason I think Ive gone straight back on it back to back quitting. Well there was about 10 days in between but i was moving house and just can only focus on one big thing at a time.
Anyway ive done a complete 180 degree turn in my thinking since the quit in june and realised that the psychological habit is the big one for me. And drinking is very dangerous! yeah i know you all said it, and i said i could handle it but yep it was drinking that did it in the end. to be honest though I think i had folded a couple of days before in my head anyway.
so really back to the reason for this post. I was hoping for some magic insights in how the people who have remained quit for a decent amount of time have got round that constant nagging.
ive read all the links, all the web pages and I guess there is no magic formula but if there are any tips, things that have worked for you, lifestyle changes, etc it would be great if you could share them as I need all the tools in my quit box i can get!
hopefully ideas better than this ->