If you want to quit smoking, there are lots of great resources for support. I quit by using a combination of Chantix and behavior modification. Chantix isn't for everyone, but it was a life-saver for me. It took away the cravings enough that I was able to modify my behavior and develope better, healthier habits. The prescription came with a great online support website, daily emails and a lot of great activities that helped me break the habit.
I also joined a USENET Newsgroup when I quit smoking. It has been a great support to me. You can access it from any newsgroup reader, including Mozilla (easy), or you can read it via Google Groups (more difficult).alt.support.stop-smoking (AS3) Newsgroup
Some members of the group have set up a daily trivia game to help combat craves, challenge our brains, and while away the hours. Feel free to join us!
I recently learned about two other great sources of information, inspiration, and incentives:
The American Lung Association
I urge you to check out these great websites and to take those first steps toward becoming tobacco free. I promise, it will be the best decision you ever make for yourself. I know it was for me!