Hi Alex, you're very welcome.
It gets much, much easier, I promise you. The adjustment is the most difficult thing.
I listened to loads of podcasts of ex-addicts talking about addiction recovery, and I had to keep my hands busy. I still avoid photos and discussion of "low-carb" sweet "treats" like the plague.
I changed my mentality on "treats": mine became flowers, scent, candles, toiletries, new clothes, smoked trout, speciality cheese, excellent coffee with lots of cream, etc. I don't even bother with food treats now. My "treat" now we're entertaining people in the garden is buying cheap little vintage serving items on Ebay. Guests can eat the scones, but my treat is admiring the lovely porcelain whose flowers and gold trim are so pretty in the garden sunshine. I have indulged when visiting other people (good manners prevent gluttony, lol) but I just skip a meal afterwards and it's fine. The diet is easy now and the liberation from the cravings is the most amazing thing!
Have you read any books about the science behind low-carb diets? Dr. Atkins explains it very simply in his New Diet Revolution book, which you can buy second-hand on Amazon. Even if you follow a different diet, his book is worth reading cover to cover. It was a life-changer for me.
You might find the list of acceptable foods for the Atkins diet helpful, as a way of determining what you can eat most of.
You needn't eat steaks and loads of meat on Atkins. I don't.
I suggest that you could make a list here of 20 main meals you'd choose if someone treated you to a restaurant meal in your favourite restaurants or bars. Then maybe forum members can suggest low-carb alternatives using similar ingredients.