Spinhead said: > >One of my ex-sister-in-laws said that getting off heroin was tough, but > >nothing compared to quitting smoking. I've never done either so I can't say, > >but I feel for you. Do ya reckon smack will take away the nicotine cravings? It's gotta be worth a hit ... Robin wrote: >I just quit last friday (85 hours and counting) and I feel for ya, Seb! Of >course, I'm not doing this cold turkey (yeah for the patch!!), but a friend of >mine is and he is going nuts. I didn't need the reminder about putting on >weight >though - I actually figured out how to stop the "after food" nic craving - >just >don't stop eating... I figure cold turkey is the way to go, mainly because I'm approaching this from a mind over matter perspective, and that's the only way I'll be satisfied with beating it. I haven't eaten so far today, and it's after 7pm. It's really funny making a mental note of how productive I've been at work today (4 days of somebody else's work cleared in just under 2 and a half hours), yet how my attention span has just dropped to zero. This isn't the first time I've tried to quit something addictive, but at least with Quake I could just un-install it. Ghhhn. Arggh. Mmmmf. Seb.