You've just missed your addiction. It took a lot of courage to finally do it. Your friends and family have been in your case for a long time to stop. You have also been in your case. So is life the same as done before you do not have your addiction?
I say no, it can not. Canceling addiction is one of the most important things anyone can do for themselves. In parallel, you must make some changes to your daily life. I know for myself when I stopped drinking, I lived with my sister who still drank. I get home from work and she often sits in the living room and drinks her wines and chained cigarettes. Do not drink alcohol was so new to me and I did not want anything to prevent losing my fresh air.
So I go home, bring my jeans and tennis shoes and look forward to beautiful lands, just above Santa Barbara's beach and walk for 45 minutes every night. I also took my pocket with a spiritual tape of any kind with me. I loved this routine. It helped by changing my life from drinking almost every day to living an alcoholic life that finally had some peace in it.
I used other techniques when I quit smoking. I used to take a private lesson and practice every night after getting home from work and getting a cigarette. When I quit smoking, I got home, fed the cats and immediately started practicing my singing. After I practiced, I myself thought that I had already had my cigarette. After doing the day, I ended up thinking about smoking completely (I was down to 2 cigarettes daily).
What do you need to do differently in your life right now? And if you have not stopped your addiction yet and are still thinking about your "policy", then it's all right. If you need to calculate everything in advance, great. Whatever it costs. Just knowing that from what I've seen in people who stop addiction you need to make changes so you will not regain your addiction. But know that this can be a very exciting time for you. You are changing the world! Instead of thinking about what draws, think of it as a positive step in the direction you really want to go into.
So what can you do? For a few hours, you used to spend a few nights a week for a hobby, visiting friends, reading a book, taking a course. I think one of the best ways you can do is to volunteer. Why do I say that? Because drugs always keep you thinking about yourself. It's just the nature of being addicted to being always thinking about what you want and what you need. Volunteers get you right out of your way and help someone right in front of you who need help NOW. I personally think it's one of the best ways to help you overcome obstacles to overcoming addiction. Today, I live volunteers. I'm good at the elderly and I expect at nursing homes. But choose a hobby or something that encourages you and do it.