Glad to hear that you're already through the Zombie Month. (The first 30 days were definitely among the toughest for me)
It's been almost 4yrs ago when I quit for good, and my wife agreed to join me in my new smoke-free adventure - but it didn't work out for her, and I was left to handle the process on my own.
Thankfully, I had the helpful members and staff at SHO to guide me along the way!
No: I wasn't here to be "praised" or "disciplined" either, but the rock solid advise that I received definitely guided me through my QUIT. Sometimes, it's those things that seem "simple", like remembering to reward yourself at the completion of each small / large milestone along the way - or someone mentioning those simple healthy distractions that help so much...
Being married to a smoker doesn't NEED to be the end of your quit, nor a perfectly valid excuse for NOT quitting. You and I have both proven that - and so have many other members here in the forum!!
It sounds like you've really got a hold on your QUIT this time, and it doesn't look like you're going to let yourself off the hook without giving it the good 'ole college try!! :)
Your QUIT buddy, Jim.
My Quit Date: 1/27/2014
Smoke-Free Days: 1402
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 35,050
Amount Saved: $15,422.00
Days: 218 Hrs: 8 Mins: 54 Seconds: 38