I attempted to quit smoking last October (on Champix). Managed to get to 75 days. I'm constantly thinking about my next attempt and still read everyone's posts with interest and envy. This forum helped me greatly last time. I admire you all.
My question is motivation. What motivated you at that particular time when you smoked your last cigarette?
The battle in my head is this... I think I SHOULD stop smoking...what I want to know is, when will I WANT to stop?
Is a "should" quit less likely to succeed than a "want" quit? Or doesn't it matter? Is this just procrastination?
I'm interested in hearing about your 'moment' ...when you knew enough was enough.
ps. I'm 48, smoked for about 30 years (horrific!). Smoke about 20 roll-ups per day.