So my mother has enlisted me to help her think of ways to quit her smoking habit. She started smoking after my father left her (about 10ish years ago) and has never been a heavy smoker, per se. She thinks smoking is terribly unladylike and tries to limit her consumption (and refuses to light up in public), so I'm guessing that she smokes maybe half a pack a day or a little more. Despite her vanity and willpower to limit herself, she doesn't want to quit cold turkey. Fine, I get it. I suggested nicotine patches or gum. Nope, she doesn't trust those. Vaping? Nope, "too many chemicals." This is the same woman that denied me therapy sessions when I was suicidal as a teen in favor of some soup that was supposed to balance my emotions. I still love her though, and I want to help her. I'm not too versed in the tools available to help her, so I'd really appreciate some advice from here.