nearly done

Well it's just under 2 hours to go until I have done 14 full days smoke free :eek:

Has anyone had this happen to them before. For the last three nights in a row I have dreams of smoking and after, when I wake up it's as if I have had a real fag because of the huge guilt and disappointment I feel as soon as I wake up. I am actually confused when I wake up as I don't know if it is a dream or not and spend a few hours in the morning wondering if I really did do the disgusting habit :confused::confused:

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  • Hi, well done on two weeks and keep it up.

    The dream, yep I'm into week 5 and I have had several of those dreams. I wake up totally gutted but in the dream I'm also really gutted I have smoked. It's so nice to then realise that it's a dream.:)

  • The dream, yep I'm into week 5 and I have had several of those dreams. I wake up totally gutted but in the dream I'm also really gutted I have smoked. It's so nice to then realise that it's a dream.:)

    Haha rather bitter/sweet isnt it :p

    Hope I'm not getting them 5 weeks in though :O

  • :eek:

    those pesky smoking dreams are horrid

    but what a relief when you realise that it was just a dream

    its common to get them though after all smoking was a part of your life and if the pesky nicotine monster cant tempt you when your awake he will try and do so in your dreams

    btw

    WELL DONE ON REACHING WEEK 2

    :D:D:D

    how great is that

  • Me too

    Yes enjoyed a week or so of those dreams ;) luckily they seem to be disappearing now!

    Hang in there :)

  • My Dream

    Congratulations on your two weeks as a non-smoker in answer to your question yes I have had that kind of dream, but my strangest dream was eating a giant marshmallow when I woke up my pillow was gone!

  • Yes like Carol says we all have those dreams some more than others :rolleyes:

    It is tough to let go of your 'friend' who was your crutch at so many times,when you were sad,depressed,worried,afraid...and the cig was your pal when you were elated,excited,relieved and hopeful.

    So this 'friend' is hard to let go of-but this is no FRIEND,he will steal your cash,make you stink,ruin your self esteem and ultimately kill you-a friend like that we can all do without.:mad:

    Ahh thank's max that makes sense now that it is explained to me :) They carried me through a very rough period in my life and still were up until I quit, so maybe I am thinking subconsciously that I am losing a friend of sorts even though he is a very bad one!

    Yes enjoyed a week or so of those dreams ;) luckily they seem to be disappearing now!

    Hang in there :)

    Phew I'll try to hang in there, I must admit that's a relief I thought they would last for a good while longer yet :)

    Congratulations on your two weeks as a non-smoker

    Thank You Very Much

    I have had that kind of dream, but my strangest dream was eating a giant marshmallow when I woke up my pillow was gone!

    :eek:

  • Yes like Carol says we all have those dreams some more than others :rolleyes:

    It is tough to let go of your 'friend' who was your crutch at so many times,when you were sad,depressed,worried,afraid...and the cig was your pal when you were elated,excited,relieved and hopeful.

    So this 'friend' is hard to let go of-but this is no FRIEND,he will steal your cash,make you stink,ruin your self esteem and ultimately kill you-a friend like that we can all do without.:mad:

    Nice post, I totally agree...Really trying to forget about that friend and wish we never met.

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