I can tell that you are all about making a difference in your life...It might be helpful though to maybe not look so far down the road in terms of will it always be this way...The answer to that question is no, but that answer is only true for you right here, right now if we could put you in a time machine and zoom you down the road about a year or so...Then you would "know" that it does get easier...
One of the great illusions and tricks of the mind that nicotine plays is that it will not allow us to envision our lives without it...It is a jealous lover that does not want to let us go. So when we start to stare down the road a bit and wonder what it would feel like if we didn't have to smoke , chew or spit, nicotine drags us back. It screams in our inner ear that we can't live without it and on and on...But the truth is that nicotine isn't the greatest of friends to have and once you have a chance to practice living sans nicotine, you will discover the answer to your original question...It does get easier, but you have to work at it to make it so...Changing behavior is one of the hardest things a human can do...But YOU CAN DO THIS
[B]My Quit Date: [/B]12/25/2006
[B]Smoke-Free Days:[/B] 185
[B]Cigarettes Not Smoked:[/B] 5,550
[B]Amount Saved:[/B] $1,295.00
[B]Days:[/B] 33 [B]Hrs:[/B] 20 [B]Mins:[/B] 59 [B]Seconds:[/B] 3