Today marks one month and two days since I quit smoking. You will not see any more of this:
I realized the amount I was worrying about the foods I was putting into my body was very silly while still putting poison into my body via cigarettes. I realized I would be healthier gaining weight back and quitting smoking, than being thinner and smoking. I realized I love myself, my fiance', my friends and my family too much to continue to kill myself slowly. So, I made the decision.
I threw the cigarettes I had left in the garbage. I found one about a week later in the car, and I snapped it in half, and threw it away.
I quit cold turkey. No patch, no gum, just stopped.
You can do this too. It just has to be your own decision, and click inside your head. You have to know it for yourself. You have to say silently in your own mind, "I'm done." It's all downhill from there, because even though you'll want one after a meal or occasionally when you drive... you'll remember why you're doing it.
If you quit right now: