I have been reading this forum and thought joining in could be a good way to help me keep going.
I have been smoking for over ten years - started when I was 13. I smoked around 15 roll-ups a day and have tried to quit several times before. In the past, my effort have always fallen apart in the pub at the weekend.
I had my last cigarette on Monday, with the help of Allen Carr. It hasn't been too hard - I get the occasional pang and I sure have been lazier and more tired than usual.
I'm off to the pub in a couple of hours - fortunately with a group of non-smoking friends. I wanted to ask, does anyone have advice on how I can keep my quit? I'm not going to drink too much, as if I do, it's very likely I'll have a bit of a tantrum and run off to the shop to buy some. And I'll be so upset with myself tomorrow. I feel as though I should get used to going to the pub without them now, as going out is a big part of my life.
I should add, I DO want to (stay) quit and am serious about it.
I would be very grateful for any advice! Thank you.