What weight loss plan are you working on? I know that when I tried Atkins for a couple of weeks, I got stuck in "induction flu" that just did not let up and I constantly craved anything even remotely bready. I swear, I was almost ready to overturn the couch cushions and lick any crumbs I found off their undersides. Induction phase was not kind to me.
Carb cravings suck. A lot of people get them and everyone seems to have a different solution. The best solution I've found (and your mileage may vary) is just to avoid certain carbs altogether while ensuring that I never eat any carb-heavy food all by itself.
Crackers and crunchy, salty snacks are my downfall more than breads, but I can empathize with you on the hold such foods have. So don't have 'em in the house! Find other carbs that don't give you a jones for more. For example, I love French bread, but can take or leave those little round sandwich thins and regular sliced sandwich bread. Therefore, I don't bring a loaf of Leidenheimer's into the house, but can handle whole wheat loaves and sandwich rounds. Those can stay and I won't bother them except for when it's time to make a sandwich.
When I do make a sandwich, I don't eat it by itself. I aim for keeping the starch-rich portion of the meal to the smallest portion on the plate. That sandwich goes with sufficient protein, fat, and bulk to fill me up physically and satiate my taste buds. For instance, today's lunch was a sandwich round with ham, provolone, a little olive-oil mayo, spinach leaves, some leftover roasted asparagus from yesterday's dinner, red onion, and tomato on it; a small bowl of vegetable-beef soup; and a thingie of yogurt. Lots of food, but not a lot of carbohydrates.
You might also be sensitive to carbs. Some people on the forum are; in fact, I'd say a lot of folks are. They find that eating high-carb meals provokes intense cravings. If that describes you, try cutting down on the carb-rich meals and instead beef them up with...well, beef. Or chicken, turkey, lamb, or fish. Stick to small amounts of complex carbs balanced with nice-sized portions of protein for satiety.
Sorry to write a novel in response, but...well, I had coffee today, it makes me chatty.
At any rate, you are NOT alone. I hope that some of what I wrote helps you out, and I look forward to hearing of your future successes over the Carb-monster.