Hello to everybody
Well I don't really know where to start, so just to say I am now into my fourth day without nicotine.
I'm 35 and have spent the best part of 15 years smoking, why? I don't know. What I do know is that my dad smoked for 40 years, he finally stopped but I kept going on and off. I have tried previously to stop but failed many times, now I know why, I never looked in depth at smoking as an addiction to nicotine nor how it works in the brain. But now that I understand the facts and the potential pitfalls I feel confident that I can stay nicotine free, I still work on the daily basis of no nicotine and I think this is the best way for me not the large outlook of that's it for me never again (although I am sure that this will eventually happen on its own as long as I do my daily work). Its nice to be able to speak freely here about all of this, I find it difficult to speak openly to others about my addiction due to my many failed attempts....so thanks for listening.
I guess that is it for now, so until nest time