I am so sorry to see that a few of us lost our quit over the last few days. I agree at times it is tough and things can seem very over whelming. Luckily I have been able to stick to this quit by reminding myself how much I hated the beginning and that I do not want to do that again. It has taken me many quits and many failures to go this long and I am always hopeful and determined that this will be my last attempt. I only take my quit one hour at a time and I think that has been what has kept me sane this time. Before I found myself using the never again motto and that just seemed impossible. This time I just count the hours I've been smoke free. Every hour is another reason to get to the next hour. I've made sure I have no cigarettes around the house and I have no cash on hand. This way if I do want to break down it will be a bit less convenient and I will have to confess to my hubby since I either have to get cash or use a credit card. Either way, he will know since I'm a terrible liar. Ha Ha. Try to laugh everyday and laugh at yourself when those craving hit hard and you look like a crazed animal trying to busy yourself. I have no idea how any of us gain weight since we can't sit still anymore.
Have a good evening all and thanks for your kindness and support.