So I had a bit of a strange revelation these last months: The times where I relapsed were consistently around the week nearing a full moon. I guess that timeframe is where I'm less rational. I noticed I focus less and have a lot more energy that can't seem to go anywhere, anxiety as well. Go figure, I'm a full-blown lunatic. So, I had to develop methods to combat this, and I think I settled on something that produces satisfactory results. When I start feeling "the jolts" as I've come to know them, I make sure to write out twice a day the ten commandments of the "Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking" method, and I give myself full permission to skive off work and, very critically, go outside, and see for myself that the world is still turning. Tested it over three full moon periods and it worked a charm. So I ask you, is there a pattern you're not seeing in your struggles?