Hi, everyone! I've been mentally gearing myself up to quit for a year, and since then, I shattered my left wrist which did not heal properly so I had major surgery on it June 1/20, and my orthopaedic surgeon told me the bones in my arm will NOT heal as well, if at all - unless I quit smoking... NOW! It's exactly what I needed to hear (and from a doctor who has specialised in bone-healing his entire career) to get the last hesitation/delay through my head, I had to have a chunk of my ulna removed, metal-plated and pinned, the pain has been severe for several months - and the thought of still having that much pain (for the rest of my life) because I ignored my surgeon... No, I cannot 'self-inflict' the pain in my left hand/wrist/arm by continuing to smoke. Being pain-free will come from the best of my abilities (along with physio, etc) - and there's no room for smoking in my future, I'm also having shoulder surgery (more bone-healing) and that's just the Top 2 Reasons, the rest of my health, and the well-being of my wallet will improve as well! I'm glad to have come across this Resource, and I'm looking forward to this new chapter in my life.