There isn't a day zero section, so hopefully it's ok to post this here
I called my gf earlier today and she told me that she hadn't managed to go more than about six hours waking time without a cigarette, despite her resolve to give up (I'm not at all pushing her into this). Voices in her head had very quickly started telling her that everything she had thought about and decided over the past few weeks in a perfectly logical manner was irrelevant, and that she should really just have another smoke. After all, there's still time to quit later... etc.
Of course, she felt terribly guilty about having quit quitting after only a few hours. We discussed it at length and concluded that the experience could only serve to help her to understand what went wrong and make her stronger for the next attempt. Still, I was somewhat surprised that the Nicomonster had managed to twist her mind in such a short period of time.
I'm wondering from other people's perpectives if they have been through this extremely short quitting period (less waking time than one typically sleeps at night)? Any insight into what happened, why you think it happened, and tips to get over that 1st day would be greatly appreciated.