My mother has been a fairly heavy smoker for about 35 years. She has stopped for short periods of time here and there, but hasn't been able to keep it up. She's tried Champix, nicotine patches, and just sheer will, but nothing has really helped her to quit. She also has an eCig that she uses on occasion, though not as often as she probably should. Admittedly she has toned down quite a bit but I still worry about her, especially now that she is getting older. Recently she's taken to watching the hockey games that are on instead of going for her afternoon smoke break, and goes on walks instead of some of her smoke breaks at work. Along those lines, aside from offering moral support, is there anything concrete I can do to help out? I try and make sure she has a quiet place to go to relax so that she has a non-stressful area, and I occasionally go on walks with her. But what else can I do for her?