Put it in Paper
Some people find it helpful to list the reasons they want to quit. Take a look a the list when you are thinking about smoking, even if you are smoking. It can be useful reminder when you begin to think about quitting.
There are probably people in your life that care about your health, and would be willing to support you in your decision to quit, This could be family members, friends, co-workers, or classmates. Seek them out, tell them of your plans, and talk to them about how they can help.
Take it Slow
Quitting is not something that just happens. It is helpful to prepare, and also give some serious thought to the day to day changes it will require. Take it one step at a time,
No one knows better than you what your triggers are. It could be when you drive, have coffee, or take a break from class or work. Knowing your own triggers, and thinking of some strategies to deal with them, or will be helpful.
it isn’t easy to quit using tobacco. When you have a successful day or week; then reward yourself. It is hard work to quit, so take a walk, read a book, or find a reward that is meaningful to you.