Not so much a question as much as seeking advice. I've vowed to quit smoking after nearly 30 years of doing it. In the past month I've been able to overcome a lot of bad stuff in my life. Today being my second day of attempting to quit, I was just like my old self, snapping at my girlfriend and my son, getting angry with someone at Walmart. I ended up leaving for work early just to get out of the house so my family wouldn't have to deal with my attitude. This quitting isn't going very well as I've been sneaking cigarettes left and right. Granted I've smoked a lot less in these past couple days than I usually do, but after all I've been through and survived in my life, I can't believe these little tobacco tubes are kicking my butt so badly. I feel horrible for how I acted today and don't want to keep acting like this. I'm not very good at telling myself no on anything and that's one of the things making this so difficult.
Does anyone have any advice?
Thank you all so much. As always, I bow to each and every one of you.