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christine 12

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    May 31

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  1. christine 12

    control

    I am having a moment where I feel I have some sort of "control" over my cigarette addiction. Not a lot, but some.
  2. I get "hypnogogic jerks" that jolt me awake every time i start to fall asleep. this happens multiple times a night. like a dozen times or more. this has happened all night for the past two nights (of my quit). i have gotten these jolts before randomely, but this is really intense and just seems to get like this when i try to quit. my psychiatrist doesn't seem overly concerned about it. But it is driving me nuts, and i want to sleep. anyone else have to deal with this?
  3. christine 12

    what is the hardest part

    i just haven't changed my ticker since my last failure
  4. christine 12

    what is the hardest part

    I'm not sure i would even know how that feels. this is like my ninth or tenth attempt. I'm not even sure
  5. christine 12

    what is the hardest part

    about quitting
  6. christine 12

    wellbutrin or chantix

    anyone have a ny sucess with one of these?
  7. christine 12

    What did you use to do

    me too
  8. christine 12

    Tuesday 11th September 2018

    NOPE
  9. christine 12

    how many attempts

    Before you actually managed to quit?I am on like six or seven, I'm not sure.
  10. christine 12

    Ever feel like the Universe is testing you?

    I know I am being tested
  11. christine 12

    rebellious

    I am going to do something rebellious today and I'm NOT going to go buy a pack of cigarettes. It's what everyone's expecting, including me. So I'm going to do the opposite.
  12. christine 12

    commitment

    I wish I could come to this point, but I don't feel I've made a commitment with myself to quit smoking forever. I don't know why.
  13. I haven't used the gum or inhaler at all this time. That means after three days I should be over the worst of the withdrawls I think. I am feeling good about this quit attempt. This might be the one.
  14. christine 12

    three days

    I've hit the three day mark. Yay! I suppose I'm doing pretty good, I haven't been obsessing over cigarettes like I was last time. I guess I'm just too busy and stressed out to be obsessing over it. Lots of cravings, but not obsessing for hours at a time. Quite irritable yesterday. I feel less irritable this morning. I am quitting caffeine as well. Doctor's orders. So I will be drinking my last cup tomorrow morning. I had to cut down over several days. I have had insomnia the past three nights. it gets better each night. I got a little pissed yesterday morning as I woke up, when I realized I couldn't have a cigarette,and I said "goddammit!". I just have to remind myself I CAN if I want, I just choose not to. I CHOOSE NOT TO!!!!

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