I started smoking "on and off" when I was 18, and I was basically trapped from then on, I tried to quit many times, and it never worked for more than 4 months. I had a girlfriend for a while, which at that time I did not smoke, but of course after breaking up I started again (after almost 2 years of not smoking). I smoked about 8-12 ciggerettes a day consistently for about the last 2 years and it got to a point where mentally I thought that I could NEVER quit, because the thought of not smoking made me feel extremely uncomfortable. Anyway, so about 3 weeks ago my friend receieved a book from another friend on quitting smoking, she is currently writing exams so I asked her if I could borrow it first, and because I'm too smooooove she let me. The book is: The Easy Way to Stop Smoking. By: Alan Carr Alan Carr died from lung cancer (he smoked 100+ ciggerettes/day), but he cured many people from smoking, INCLUDING MYSELF! This is a summary of a legend: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/6194670.stm The site that is worth wild to visit is, or you can just Google the book: http://www.theeasywaytostopsmoking.com/ Everyone who smokes, trust me, you have nothing to lose by reading this book, and from a past smokers perspective the book is great because it tells you that you SHOULD keep smoking until you finish the entire book! I finished reading the book in about 2 weeks (I took my sweet time because I was scared to quit), but once I finished the book, I went out with a friend and had my last ciggerette for the rest of my life. I hope reading this book will change your life as it did mine.