I quit smoking almost 4 months ago - after 20 years - ugh!
I have often visited this site just to see how other people have battled through the various stages involved in ridding oneself of the burden of being a smoker.
I have to say, while I have continued to socialise and get on with my usual routes, although time in the gym has increased to compensate for my now ravenous love of food, I still find it pretty hard going at times.
I had hoped that I would be more comfortable with it all by day 115. Have done the holiday, the summer evenings and the beer garden with smoker friends etc... I know it is still early in the scheme of things, but starting to feel a bit bewildered from all this dedication to my reform, and the continuous waiting for calm, acceptance to kick in! I have been working long hours, and under pressure lately, so maybe that doesn't help but mentally I am finding it a little frustrating and harder to move along the process than I had imagined.
Anyway, patience and perseverance will hopefully pay off .... very soon!
Thought being part of this forum might help move me along a bit and remind of the bright side and that things do turnaround etc...