Stupid question but please bear with me.
I've been quit 24 days now, I feel OK, I don't feel like I need a cigarette and I don't enjoy the smell of cigarette smoke, so I'm quite comfortable (though not complacent) that I'll stay off the things.
I found this forum a huge help in the early days, great tips on how to fill in time, great also to share experiences with others going/gone through the same as you, it really was a massive assistance, but I find now that coming in here brings the thought of smoking back to the front of my mind when what I really need is to train the mind to forget that smoking ever existed in my life.
I'm kind of caught at a crossroads, I want to hear how others are getting on and I also want to encourage everyone to succeed a sbest as I can, but is this at the expense of my own 'recovery' if that's the right term ?
I don't feel vulnerable at all, but I would love to get to a point (some day) when smoking doesn't eneter my mind at all.
Anyone else ever thought this way ?