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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-08-2006, 12:18 PM Thread Starter
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The psychological part is killing me

I have been resisting my latest craving all week. It's weird because the initial cravings disappeared fast and I had no problems for a while. Last night I dreamed about smoking which of course had me confused this morning as to if I caved or not.

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I also dreamt about it for at least a month, if not more. It was such a horrible feeling waking up and thinking that I caved Click here to enlarge

I reminisced alot too, still do, not really having cravings though. Are you having a hard time then? I found it was better for me just to let the craving happen, but not do anything about it. The craving is just a feeling, and there's nothing wrong with those!
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Coral, I'm so glad you posted this. I quit on 1/2 and the first week or so was really rough, and then things got easier, and the past two weeks or so I feel like I'm back at square one, minus the physical withdrawals.

I have been wanting a cigarette a lot lately, and I find myself heading out to the patio for a smoke and then going Click here to enlarge am I doing out here? I was beginning to feel like something was wrong with me.

I have also dreamt a couple of times that I've smoked and woke up feeling like a failure.

I use the same technique as wabbit, but lately I've been struggling with it. I think it's mostly because I think I should be over it all, and it really disorients me when I get one of those relapse mental moments where my mind is thinking "cigarette time!" and my body starts looking for the lighter and digging thru my purse. That's when I do the Click here to enlarge part and then I feel really disappointed. It's weird and I don't like it! Click here to enlarge
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I don't know, but I think it may take years to be 'over it'. My boyfriend and I went to a casino about a month ago, and I was thinking about smoking the entire time. I think the only reason I didn't was because I figured I was inhaling so much smoke already, I really didn't need to actually smoke Click here to enlarge It was really bad though, and adding drinking to the mix didn't help either.
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Ive had one dream about smoking in the last month. It wasnt even my usual brand of cigarettes; I used to smoke Marlboro Lights and whatever I was smoking had a brown speckled filter. Anyway I was really enjoying it in my dream until the end when I remembered I was supposed to not smoke anymore and I felt INCREDIBLY guilty Click here to enlarge

When I woke up I still had that guilt feeling, like I was hiding the fact that I smoked when I really didnt. It was confusing Click here to enlarge

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Smoking Dreams

The smoking dreams, When your "nocturnal slip" shows. I take those as lessons in how I would truly feel if I did slip while awake. The guilt in those dreams certainly is a wakeup call for me!
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