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  1. Sometimes people relapse. You've done well to get right back on again but you know you will need to be extra careful now to keep your quit. The brain is funny and will want to give in more easily having relapsed once. I tried to build a system to not smoke by going into temptation on my own terms i.e. I would choose to go and stand with smoke buddies but it was a moment when I was prepared and knew ahead of time what I was going to do. This helped me prepare for the unexpected triggers because I had built up an internal mechanism and routine to resist. Not that it wasn't hard ... it just was something I could leverage.
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    So glad that you posted here ... Hope your quit is intact and you can use this experience to get stronger gong forward. You got this, Juan. As for girlfriend, I"m sure you'll do better as a more confident non-smoker. Until then ... there's always selfie.
  3. Sometimes dreams can be a symbolic representation of a concept (like dreaming of being naked). Would you have any other habit or something in your life that 'could' be represented by the smoking dream? I'm not a dream expert so don't really know but there may be people who could help interpret the dream.
  4. Great question. Maybe I should pay more attention to her spending ....
  5. Totally agree. We have to get up and try again and it might be the one. My own path is a string of failures with just the 1 success at the end. And also, Jill, you're awesome.

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