I can't believe I've smoked cigs for 2 years. I couldnt believe it after 1 year, and now 2? I'm taking a semester off from school, and I think its probably impossible to quit in college. so now I really want to quit but I'm not sure if I can. the problem is that I am really psychologically addicted to cigs. i only smoke 1-4 a day, but I just can't shake the habit.
I'm tired of thinking about cigarettes. I wish I could be OK with smoking, but I'm not. so I bought some patches and I'm ready to quit this bad habit once and for all.
So lend some support if you feel like it, or let me know if you've been through the same thing. whats a good way to stop? I've already started using the lowest strength patch for the past 2 days, but I still am craving. I was thinking for the first week, every day I go without a cig, I will treat myself to something cool, like taco bell or a movie from blockbuster. but I'm also interested in this new anti-smoking medicine, has anyone heard of it? do u think I will notice a difference in breathing and such after quitting?
please don't respond to this with "quit being a pussy" or anything along those lines, i dont give advice on things I dont understand, so dont advise me on cigarette addiction.