If you learn the expression "business is business" you will know never to mix emotions in business and use your head not your feelings. The same concept can be applied to smoking. Smoking became a liability when it took time, money and health while providing absolutely no benefit. I started finding it disgusting, and decided to give up on smoking. I simply stopped. I had my craving here and there but I just stayed focused on important things. It's 3 months later now. I have not picked up the habbit, I haven't relapsed. I won't lie to you, I have smoked 1 or 2 cigs in those 3 months. I did this merely as a test of self control. I did not enjoy it and was thankful I had dropped this annoyingly retarded habbit. I currently have no addiction to nicotine and don't intend to in the future. If you're trying to quit, make sure you WANT to quit, thinking you SHOULD quit is not enough. If you WANT to continue smoking, then please by all means do so you will not be able to quit smoking. Adapting a business sense to this will rewrite the idiology and your only choice will be to quit.