You are the only one that can make you give up. Figure out what's ahead and move forward.
I didn't know anything about quitting when I quit smoking 10+ years ago.
I spent 4 weeks telling myself to wait a little longer when I wanted to smoke.
At the end of those 4 weeks, I had proven to myself that I didn't need to smoke just because the thought had come into my mind. I had also gone from a pack a day to 5 a day with no problem whatsoever because I never denied myself a smoke.
I bought a box of patches and off I went.
My second week, I realized I had forgotten to wear a patch 2 days in a row so I quit using them. I put a patch in my wallet with a promise I would use it rather than smoke.
A couple days after I stopped using the patch I realized I knew nothing of what I was up against.
I researched the internet and found a fairly user friendly site called Quitnet.
I asked my questions and got the answers from people years ahead of me and I didn't stop asking questions until I was content that there was an end to the initial feelings of emptiness.
I spent my first year+ on that site and came here to help others in August 2008.
The Only Way Out Is Through.
Time Is The Healer.