They might lose their temper in the middle of a restaurant because they think you are flirting with the waiter. You’re not always sure what the problem is, but things never add up. If you follow what they say, things still don’t get better.
They might bring up personal issues at inappropriate times. If you work hard to fix one thing, they will find something else that is wrong. They always have an excuse or a story or someone to blame: someone caused them to act the way that they did.
Hi I took Chantix for my first time 5 years ago and was successful until this last Sept. Fast forward, back on Chantix and I agree with Jannadavid, dreams are definitely vivid.
I dealt with the nausea, but with only on the first 3 days now, it seems to have subsided.
I just filled my Chantix prescription and plan to start taking it tomorrow.
No one needs to be told how to do something -your tone is too authoritative. As to the question: I know taking it at night causes very vivid dreams.
My main question is that I have a history of stomach issues and need advice on the best way to keep any nausea at bay. She said the optimal times to take it would be a.m. And, that just a few crackers would be okay - wouldn't need a full meal. Thanks and I hope to become an active member of this group! I realize you apply that tough love to yourself but it really doesn't help anyone except temporarily.
What times of the day do you take your pills and how much food do you eat before taking it? Maltmom simply asked a question about best time to take Chantix.
If they hit you, they will make you feel like it was because of something you did wrong. Talk to a member of the opposite sex, they interrogate you about it. You better be ready to explain where you were and what you were doing and why you were doing it. Teachers and bosses are trying to make things hard for them on purpose.
If they cheat on you, they will blame it on something you couldn’t provide them. You start to feel like you are playing a game to which there are no rules and there is no way out. Your partner has to know where you are and what you are doing at all times. He or she might spy on you, check the messages on your phone, talk to your friends without you knowing, have people “check up” on you, hack into your email account or Facebook to see who you are talking to. But they make you feel like you have to stay with them no matter how they treat you, or that they can’t help the way that they act. No matter what they do, or have done, nothing is ever their fault.