Hi, for those that do not know most people here have me typed on their userlists as a SLE Se subtype and the general concensus for my ennegram seems to be 6w7. While that may not say much, I will tell u that I have an addictive personality and drugs are one of my weak points. I personally have the willpower to quit. I recently did for over 2 weeks without the aid of any gum/patches and my body was completely free of nicotine. However I slipped when a friend offered...not because I really wanted one just because I hadn't had one in so long. It was like an old friend coming to say hi, and I said "fuck this quitting shit I'll have one." Well I did, and my day went bad from there, I ended up getting drunk and high. So in my experience "quitting" and going through physical withdrawal is easy and the rest is mental. However it's just that one second where ur brain says "this is no longer my goal I don't care" to ruin everything. Now I'm back to almost one day nicotine free presently. So I'm assuming that for othee people like me living in the moment can lead to problems when it comes to fulfilling long-term goals. Do any of you have experiences like mine? Do any of you want to stop smoking cigarettes? If so contact me and we can make like a mini-support group for everyone here.