From the recent poll on smoking, I know that a lot of you used to smoke, but quit. I could use your advice:
I have an very unhealthy relationship with nicotine--live an evil ex with a sweet, musty butt that I keep going back to. I've quit several times ranging from a few days to a few months, and when I'm smoking, I'm NEVER thinking that I'll keep smoking indefinatly. Quitting is always on the mental horizon, but never sticks. Lung-butter doesn't persuade, and health concerns seem so abstract and put-offable.
So if you smoked, how did you quit? More importantly, how did you make it stick?