Keep up the great work bfunk! Just get through tomorrow. From what I remember after day 3 it started to get easier day by day. I made it a challenge where I told myself I would not go back to 0 hours, or in your case now days since quitting. I would make myself go for walks when I wanted to smoke. By the time I got back I did not want it anymore. I used Wellbutrin to help me quit about 5 or 6 years ago. That was before the Chantix stuff, but I hear it is great. Honestly the only way to quit is to make your mind up to it. Unfortunately for me it took my best friend getting diagnosed with cancer for me to make my mind up. After he was diagnosed, and I went over to visit to try to cheer him up. He fired up a smoke, and I asked him "Aren't you going to quit?" I remember thinking to myself that if/when they diagnose me with cancer I would quit on the spot. His reply to me was "I already have cancer. It can't get any worse." I realized he was right. I could not believe I was dumb enough to think it was going to take me getting diagnosed with cancer to quit. By then it is to late. It was at that moment I made my mind up to quit. He died back in 07. I sure do miss him. I did quit before he died, and he knew he might have saved my life (again) for making me realize how stupid I was. Best of luck to you. It sure can be done, and you will be better off for it.