You can for SURE do this, but those cravings are really hard to fight. They sneak up on you, and wear you down until you just have to give in at some point - that's my experience anyway.
I'm sure regular readers are tired of hearing this from me, but I want to talk about sleep. Before I started getting my sleep apnea treated, I was one big walking craving. I KNOW it is the reason I got to your exact starting weight. I have no idea if you have a sleep problem or not, but millions of people do and don't know it, and if you do, it can make weight-loss and fighting cravings near impossible. My PSA for the day.
I have also come to realize that WHAT I eat has a huge effect on my cravings or lack thereof. If I go out to a mexican meal and have the chips, even a smallish amount, I'm pretty much guaranteed to have cravings for a couple days. I still eat carbs, but I do try to choose whole grains/complex carbs and always pair them with a protein. If I can eat more of a whole foods type diet for a week straight, I really don't even experience cravings. Not everyone experiences this, but I have really come to learn what foods make me MORE hungry than even eating nothing (and that hunger lasts for days at a time).
This really is a journey of trial and error, and I sure am glad I've done some work to figure out what pushes my buttons -- because there is no way I could continue with this for the long haul if I had to constantly white-knuckle through cravings.
Best wishes to you! And yes, you can do it!