Re: Day 4!
Good luck! I used to take Wellbutrin for depression and my doctor also prescribed it for smoking cessation a couple of times. I loved how I was allowed to smoke the first week, but I loved it so much that I only ever cut down and never really stopped...it was weird because it made smoking a lot less enjoyable, but I still wanted to smoke, you know? I smoked less, but I'd be taking these deep long pulls on my cigarettes b/c I think it blocks the nicotine buzz or something.
So I guess my advice would be to keep yourself in check and watch out, cause the quit aids are only that; aids, while it's up to you to do the actual work, you know?
Anyways, try to motivate yourself as much as possible and don't dismiss participating in therapy or support groups. All those studies they've done on to prove the effectiveness of the new quit methods (meds, nicotine replacment etc) involved tons of therapy (broke records, actually) so it was apparently an integral part of quitting. It's also sobering to realize that something like under 50% of people actually manage to remain nicotine free after the first 12 months! So again, don't discount group therapy. They even have internet groups you can join for free.