I'm feeling quite proud of having quit, but a bit disappointed that my quit time isn't going fast enough. I'm starting week 4 tomorrow, but I'd really love to already be in the 1 year+ club. I don't know if anyone else has this sensation? It's as though the time I've quit seems puny compared to the amount of time I smoked. I know I shouldn't really think of it in those terms, but I do
Anyway, thus far I've been doing really well, with no major cravings. I think the fact that I gave up long-term once before helps me know that I can do it. That, plus the recent health scare; I had a deep-vein thrombosis, which even if not directly related to smoking (it may or may not be the cause), we all know that smoking has a bad effect on blood flow!
I'm really looking forward to having some more quit time under my belt, regaining my health and especially my taste buds (when does that come back, I have forgotten?) Especially, I MUST remember that "just one cig" is the end of the quit, and the start of a slippery slope toward 40 a day :mad:
Wishing all the best to everyone. You CAN do it!!!