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Hi Guys, i have previously quit before and found it pretty easy from day one, the odd cravings over the first couple of days but nothing i found hard to manage, i more or less felt like a non smoker from day one because I'd gotten into a good mindset and convinced myself i was already a non smoker. I went 2 whole weeks, felt fine and like I'd never smoke again, my partner and i had quit together, he caved first i resisted the urge at first but ultimately caved too, purely because it had been an enjoyable thing to do having a smoke together, so it was more wanting to revisit that then a craving and i thought I'd be able to just stop again. Obviously that hasn't been the case as I'm now re addicted. I'm wanting to quit again but reading peoples stories is putting me off, every experience i read is about how it's been months/years and people are still dealing with cravings, this wasn't my experience when i quit but I'm wondering if maybe i just hadn't reached that stage yet and the cravings would have returned? Has anyone had a relatively easy experience quitting if they've gotten into a good mindset first? I know it's never going to be %100 easy but I'm just worried I'll quit and it will seem easy at first, but then after that it will be a constant struggle for the rest of my life, which doesn't seem worth it if it will never end.
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