Here I am on day 2. I've had a few urges here and there but nothing too crazy-- or maybe they have been crazy but now I know how to handle them better.
For all of you reading this is my second "big quit" I originally quit for a whole year but relapsed on 8/23/2010. I usually kill a strong urge to smoke by eating something good, something big, and something with a lot of sugar. I try not to eat sweets- instead I'll have a big bowl of sliced up strawberries with some sugar on top or some other type of fruit. Chips and salsa is good as well. Also, bet you didn't know that nicotine can also be found in fruits/vegetables-- not anywhere near the amounts in cigarettes but its nicotine none-the-less and might help your body with some of the urges.
Ah, I just caught myself rambling. In any event, more that 50% complete with day 2 and I feel good. I'm a little anxious/restless/energetic but I know this faze will pass by the end of the week. Thats all for now.
Oh, also, my suggestion to anyone quitting is do not change anything about your life while quitting. Some people will say its good to avoid your "triggers", i.e. coffee, caffinated drinks, chocolate, etc. Well, I say go for all of your triggers and learn how to not smoke while enjoying those triggers- its the only way you'll change.