Find out the smoking cessation programs near you and talk to someone about them. There are many programs that are national or international such as clevelandclinic.org/tobacco treatment where you can phone in and find out methods. The usual method involves getting buddies as buddies are part of a support system, either to quit with you or buddies who already quit and want to support you. Secondly, you will want to set a quit day, start doing some extra walking every day, no excuses beforehand, as a different behavior, and then talk to a physician or nurse practitioner or tobacco counselor about the anti-craving pill, and the patch, or perhaps even the dopamine antagonist pill. Behavior therapy, plus pill, plus patch, plus exercise, plus support group has a great success rate above 30%, maybe as high as 65%, compared to 2-3% to try and quit cold turkey alone. Remember to plan a quit day, and then get rid of all smoking paraphernalia such as ashtrays, cigarettes, etc., and get rid of them on your quit day.