Good luck, i am in the same boat with the cigs (there is a post up about it). I do not think i could stop the beer though - you're a bigger man than me.
I've often wondered about this - and I realise it's not quite the same as smoking - when somebody says they don't think they could give something up - is that physical dependency, psychological dependency, or simply a balance of life / reward?
I suppose I can't easily empathise - I've never smoked, and never regularly drink (I'd go further and say it's extremely rare I do have any booze - not because I'm a prude, or take issue with it, per se, it's just never really been part of my life, and I could take it or leave it - largely leave it, truth be told). But all the same, with something like booze - could you say, just as an exercise in will-power, for a month, you're not going to have any booze. Is that a) sound horrific 2) sound unachievable iii) or c) sound achievable, but you're not prepared to do without or put yourself through it?
I'm just curious, with a sideline in nosey...
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