I think people react differently to interactions -- I know a lot of people want to feel "challenged", like they have something to prove (I am one of these people). But others will react the complete opposite way -- instead of rising up to a challenging bet, they will deflate and take it as a sign that people don't believe in them. I've often made the mistake of trying to support people the way that I would like to be supported, and I know others who tried to support me have done the same. So, on your journey to quitting -- during rehab, during treatment, during your interaction with family and friends -- what approach was more effective on you? What is the attitude that got through the best?