Daily diary

Lunus

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Just thought I’d compare my daily diary from my first therapy session until now.

Monday 3rd June

07.30 Wake up
07.40 2 x coffee, 4 x cigarette
08.15 Get ready
09.00 Work 8 x coffee, 12 x cigarette
17.00 3 x Joint
18.00 TV 1 x coffee, 3 x Joint
19.00 Dinner 1 x tea
20.00 10 x Joint
02.00 Bed

Today

07.30 Wake up
07.40 1 x coffee, Banana, almond nuts
08.15 Get ready
09.00 Work 1 x coffee
17.00 Mindful Breathing
17.15 Meditation
18.00 Gym
19.00 Dinner 1 x decaf tea
19.45 Bath
20.30 Reading
21.30 Music
23.00 Bed

Wonder why I feel so much better? 🤷‍♂️😁
 
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You're really doing well. Just one coffee and no joints. I felt so much better when I stopped smoking the weed.
 
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Well done mate, which one is harder to stop the weed or the fags?
 
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You're really doing well. Just one coffee and no joints. I felt so much better when I stopped smoking the weed.
My psychologist said whether it’s caffeine, cigarettes or cannabis, they were all stimulating my brain and causing me to ruminate, especially at night, so my sleep was affected.
I’m feeling so much calmer by abstaining, I’m going to bed three hours earlier and sleeping really well. 😁
 
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Well done mate, which one is harder to stop the weed or the fags?
The short answer is I don’t really know. I only stopped everything this week so I’ve a long way to go before I can pronounce I’m free of addiction. The FEAR of stopping was greater than any urge I’ve had since.
 
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The short answer is I don’t really know. I only stopped everything this week so I’ve a long way to go before I can pronounce I’m free of addiction. The FEAR of stopping was greater than any urge I’ve had since.
Yea I totally get where your coming from

You're a brave man, much respect to you @Lunus
 
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Yea I totally get where your coming from

You're a brave man, much respect to you @Lunus
Thank you my friend. For once I’ll take a compliment as even though I’ve faced my fears and overcome Social Phobia and faced my fears and overcome my past, nothing has been as fearful as what I’m trying to do now.
 
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Thank you my friend. For once I’ll take a compliment as even though I’ve faced my fears and overcome Social Phobia and faced my fears and overcome my past, nothing has been as fearful as what I’m trying to do now.
Sometimes you got to go through the dark to get to the light,
It honestly takes courage to do what your doing and I'm not just saying it bro I mean it :)