...I kinda will anyway.
Seriously though, since I stopped smoking, I have not once even considered going to the store to buy smokes.
Sure, I've had a few crappy days here and there and have definitely craved a cigarette, but have never been anywhere near thinking I was going to give in and cave and go back to where I was.
I have too much invested and I can't do that to myself. I can't do it to my girlfriend.
I can't and I won't.
I think the mindset I had going into this was the most important thing and is what makes this quit so much different than any other. Sure, there's a physical aspect to it, but honestly, you have to think about it the right way.
As has been said 100's of times over in this forum. There is no try or hope or want or wish. These all leave room for failure. Wish in one hand, spit in the other and see which fills up first.
There is no luck. You tell me good luck, I tell you "Luck is for Chuck and Chuck is a duck, so why would a duck need good luck?"
For me, smoking isn't an option and that's that. I don't try to not smoke anymore. I just don't smoke. Just like I don't poop my pants anymore. Sure, I could, if I really wanted, but why on earth would I?
Try this. Next time you get an irresistible urge to smoke, tell yourself the only way you can have one is if you poop your pants. Once you do that, it's OK to smoke.*
*If you see someone posting as Captain Poopypants, that means I caved and am smoking again.