The process was torturous when I quit smoking a few years ago. I had been placed under the impression that the second attempt was going to be worse by magnitudes. Everyone I talked to said that if I slipped back into smoking, I'd probably never quit again.
I've barely been craving cigarettes at all. I bought a bag of dark chocolate covered peanuts 2 days ago to help with the oral fixation; I've barely touched the bag.
Granted, the first time I quit was after 15 years of a pack-a-day habit; but I just really expected this to be a little rougher than it is.
So I guess I'm doing alright. I haven't had a cigarette since arriving at work on Tuesday morning.