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My narcissism kicked in: thought you were dreaming about your doctor.
Dreams can often reflect what has been happening during the day, or be part of PTSD. Are you having using thoughts or cravings during the day, job or family turmoil?
Sometimes dreams can be a gift. When I have a flair of my nightmares from PTSD I know I need to do some additional mental health measures and get back to a better state of mind.
I've had prophetic dreams in the past so are these dreams, warnings or trying to give me some sort of message. I aware people have differing views re dreams.
Consider taking them seriously and focus on recovery.
Oh, and a good cup of coffee to start the day. Just got done reading a fun thread on caffeine.
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It is very normal to have dreams of your drug of choice (sorry doc!). I had more dreams of being surrounded by my drug of choice or looking for it when I first went on suboxone. Those dreams have become much more infrequent as time has gone by. I even had a dream last month that I was offered my doc and said no because I knew what it would lead to. (Not that the dream means that I'm cured or anything. Lol!)

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