To answer your question, maybe if you watch something like "Meet your Meat", you can recall those images every time you want meat. If you try to think of the suffering that goes into it, that really might help. I have no trouble saying no to meat these days (I used to.) Something just clicked for me and meat as a possibility doesn't cross my mind. It just isn't an option.
Ye, meat = suffering and not pleasure. That is enough not to want to eat it.
Prodded into trucks, and train cars, so full often their feet don't touch the floor. Sometimes so cold they freeze to the walls. Sometimes so hot they perish before the end. Herded into slaughterhouses to their permature deaths.
After witnessing the killing of others, they get a bolt to the head, ankles tied, the rope hoists their bodies upside down as a knife slits their throat. The only hope is death comes quickly.
If you still want meat, scrape it off the road.
And I feel ya on the spelling thing i have the same problem i spell check everything its annoying. But try not to let people bother you about it but i know how hard it is not too.
Life isn't about forgetting or tuning out. It's about learning to live with and accept your worst mistakes. They are what make us all, even the gods, human. ~ Acheron
I've been meat free for a year and I haven't been tempted to eat meat at all. I see meat as dead animals and the images in my head (various photos and video) stop me from even thinking of eating meat. Try that whenever you feel tempted again.
I think for me the best thing is to immerse myself in vegetarian foods and things - like going to vegetarian/vegan events, trying new vegetarian foods, going to new health food shops and seeing what they have, or going to vegetarian resturaunts and trying lots of new things, things like that. I also find reading the section of veggieboards local to me and keeping an eye out for new exciting vegetarian foods people have found is great too - basically anything that makes me realise there are lots of new foods for me to try, lots of new flavours, lots of options.
I also think time helps. I know that isn't much help in the sort term, but over time I think you just forget about the foods you don't eat.