Hello everybody, just joined today and wondering if anybody else is finding it difficult? I've been off the cigs for 4 days now and, in the main, it isn't too bad. The thing I can't deal with is when I "forget" that I'm not smoking anymore. I've just walked out of a shop and I became aware that I was reaching into my coat pocket for my lighter. I was then hit by:
1. The realisation that I'm not smoking anymore
2. The physical lurch in my stomach which kicked off a MEGA craving for a lovely, lovely cigarette.
It's a good job there wasn't anybody smoking nearby or I think I would have been one of those scary people who ask if they can buy a cigarette from you. Anyway, I resisted the urge and am now safely back home with my nicotine replacement devices.
Does anybody else experience these moments? I've had a few and I'm wondering if they gradually disappear or if I'm stuck with them?