And that pretty much sums it up!! I enjoy my cigs! There, I said it! Doctor asked me how soon after getting up did I light up the first one. I just told him, "You don't understand. I get up TO have my first one, even if that's 3 am." Yep, after 52 years, that's how bad it gets. Yet I have no problem not lighting up around the grandkids. Drove from Denver to home with Jenny on oxygen and a newborn with a 3 inch incision on her back and had two smokes in that 12 hours - at rest areas in the pouring rain. I don't smoke in the house when Kendra's here either. So why is it so hard to take that one more step?
Then it is just habit and not an addition....why not try the Telly Savalas method and get some Tootsie Pops?
Who loves Blooie, we do
Or get a rubber band, worked for Larry Hagman, put it on your wrist and play with it.