It's been 14 days now since I've touched a cigarette. I've got a warning from my
dentist about my gums, I panicked and decided to stop immediately. So after
nearly 30 years of smoking 20 cigs a day I took the cold turkey road.
The actual non-smoking part right now is doable, although there are sometime cravings
but I still don't give in to them. The difficult part however is the idea that I'm
giving this up for the rest of my life. To make it doable I'm often thinking: ok just
hang in there for a couple of more weeks and then you can start smoking again...
Does someone know of a way of changing this kind of reasoning, or is it normal and
will it fade away in time? Because I have the feeling my brain is telling me to stop
smoking but my heart is telling me the opposite...