06 Feb 2020
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You should be super proud of yourself for quitting, especially since your partner still smokes. I know just how difficult it is to do that, so good for you! You are strong, courageous and determined, and you have what it takes to go all the way.
I remember getting attacks of cravings months after I quit. This horrible addiction just doesn't want to let go. But the more you resist, the fewer cravings you will have. And the cravings will become shorter and shorter, and less powerful.
Meanwhile, I hope you are giving yourself little rewards for being smoke free for so long. I used to treat myself to a new computer game, or get some of my favourite take out foods so I didn't have to cook. And I always mentally told myself that this was my reward for not smoking. Positive reinforcement really does help!
I am thrilled for you and the progress you have made, want2livelong! Keep rocking your quit, and live by NOPE (Not One Puff Ever).