There is a very simple way to quit smoking.<quoted text>
I guess I can give it some consideration. Again, I appreciate your concern here. I'm 54 years old and I started smoking at the age of 12. The longer you smoke the more difficult it is to quit. I guess some people can never quit.
I think I brought this up before, but my next door neighbor died of lung cancer a few months ago. Her boyfriend bought the house and you would think after all he's going through, he would quit smoking. He smokes more than ever now.
I say good for your friend, but remember one thing, and that is quitting something is easy, maintaining that status is the difficult part. I've known people that quit smoking anywhere from a few months all the way to ten years, and they started all over again.
Whether it's cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, gambling, eating, deliberately putting yourself in discomfort is not an easy thing. Living in discomfort is even worse.
Buy a Farmers Almanac and in it (you might want to check and see if it has it in it before you buy) there is a calander that shows what days to quit smoking. It has on day or two days or three days or four days in a row to quit smoking. I was a smoker for 63 years and picked four days in a row. Don't smoke for those days that you picked and you will not want to smoke again. There are no side effects. But is sure is odd that you don't have one in between your fingers.
Hope this helps you to quit, as it worked for me.