Deciding that you truly WANT to quit is an important step.
I also found the information at www.whyquit.com
very useful. I spent some time reading through that site, and it made me feel better able to tackle my "demon". Knowledge is a very useful tool, and I found that site very educational.
I used Smoke Away to help me quit. I liked the idea of not putting more nicotine into my system. They have a help forum (doesn't cost anything to join) at www.smokeaway.com
- click on the "join the forum" link. Even if you don't register and participate, I found that reading some of the threads was helpful for me.
I tossed a half a pack, about 7 packs in my carton, and a two pack a day for 13 years habit in the dumpster on April 16th of this year @ 2230 hrs.
Remember that NO quit smoking aid is going to "make" you quit. YOU have some work to do, but the pay off is SO worth it.