Good morning JaneI don't know if this will make any sense to you, but it helped me a lot.The book I used to quit smoking is called "Allen Carr's Easy Way to Quit Smoking" - in it he explains that the withdrawal pains from nicotine are so minor that we suffer them everyday and don't even know it - like when we sleep, they don't even wake us up - ... he says they are similar to hunger pangs, just that little gnawing in your belly - sounds like what you are feeling - so I try to think of it as starving that little nicotine monster to death, not eating when I feel this makes me strongerThe way he explains things in this book has helped me get through this. Someone last week actually thought I was suggesting that they smoke again to use this book. That is just beyond ridiculous. But anything that can help any of us stay smoke free is worth a try, or at least it is to me anyway.I'm going to try the step counter you guys were talking about.Good luck EJ
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