I've just finished catching up on my inbox - I keep meaning to do more work and reading and then get lost in all your messages. But there's a lot to learn in your blogs and responses too. I spend more time reading you guys than I talk to my family. Do you think perhaps they're enjoying the silence?
I don't understand something. The last 10 days, although moody and irritable with many 'leave me alone' moments, I'm not experiencing cravings. I sometimes think a cigarette will be good right now (mostly after b/fast and supper) but it doesn't feel like what I expected a craving to feel like. Or the way you all talk about it or describe it. I just think of it for a moment and then sort of say to myself - No, not now...you've stopped. I'm waiting for the CRAVE. Is it going to come still? Will it unexpectedly hit me still? Tomorrow is the end of week 2 and I'm starting to wonder what's happening. (I smoked 20-25 a day and a lot more in the early days for altogether 40 years with one quit attempt in 2014 - lasted 5 weeks)
Do others experience delayed symptoms? Days 1-4 ... oh yes the were awful for sure. But since then, just fleeting thoughts. Any insights?