Today I celebrate a whole month nicotine free. I started using patches on the 20th of February, but on the 25th of March I quit all the aids. It was hard. It was amazing. It was a once in a lifetime experience for me. It made me push my limits further, and find out more about myself. My serious cravings and symptoms lasted for about fifteen days. These fifteen days were a living hell for me. But also these are the days I will remember with nostalgia as they taught me so much.
As I get more relaxed day by day, I find out I do have thoughts about smoking, or how good it might feel to smoke again etc. I know it would be a joke to smoke again. These thought to me are like having a kid begging you to let it play with electric cords or something. I still am afraid of cigarettes and I thank god for that. Its the only time I wish fear comes and stays for good.
What I dont want to forget is the sense of power the quit gave me, and I wish I am going to celebrate months and years to come smoke free...
Thank you again members of this forum for your support is crucial!