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jaylectricity: I feel depressed and am not sure what to do with myself.You were already depressed and you were escaping through drugs.I used to work part time and would spend the rest of the time getting high and watching TV. Now that I am not getting high, I feel like my husband and I don't relate any more.Maybe that's because after a year or two of marriage you both tuned each other out and began getting high and watching TV. Now that you're not getting high, you're noticing the deficiencies in your relationship. Again...you already had a problem that you were escaping through drugs.during the 10 years that I was a pothead, I lost all of my friends because I would rather smoke than hang out with them.In your times of trouble, instead of leaning on your friends, you turned to drugs.Any advice would be welcome.Stop blaming cannabis. You were in need of a life change and instead of doing it through positivity you chose drugs to fix it.
jaylectricity: IStop blaming cannabis. You were in need of a life change and instead of doing it through positivity you chose drugs to fix it.
jaylectricity: Stop blaming cannabis. You were in need of a life change and instead of doing it through positivity you chose drugs to fix it.
Gunny Highway: I bet he remembers his dreams now which is cool
Clemkadidlefark: Which is why marijuana used to be known as Dope
untaken_name: Uh, what's the problem? Just start smoking again and everything goes back to normal. Duh.
Elandriel: I used to smoke a lot of pot, recreationally as I don't think I had anything really going wrong with my life. There is a period of depression when you quit, because the chemistry of your brain is altered slightly because of the mood elevation properties of THC
scottydoesntknow: stupid ass clowns
speedycat: I quit cold turkey back in May of this year. I didn't suffer any adverse effects. Actually, every thing has been positive for me
speedycat: I smoked marijuana every day, several times a day, (up to 5 times) from age 17 to 22. One day I decided I was tired of being overweight from binge eating due to munchies and being sedentary. All I would do was smoke, eat a pint of ice cream and play video games. To be honest, it was great. But I can't do that for the rest of my life.I quit cold turkey back in May of this year. I didn't suffer any adverse effects. Actually, every thing has been positive for me. I ended a bad relationship a girl who continues to smoke, I went from 205lbs to 171lbs and quit my dead end, minimum wage job and enlisted with the Air Force for 6 years. I plan to give them 20. I've been running and lifting every weekday too. But I need to cut this post short, I have to be at the gym in 26 minutes.
Dr Dreidel: Gunny Highway: I bet he remembers his dreams now which is coolHow prevalent is this? I've noticed it, and at least two people I know thought I was a wizard when I asked them (post-quitting) if they started remembering dreams again. Is this one of those things everybody knows but no one talks about?
Dirtybird971: Hey lady? It was pot, let it go. Sobriety is a hell of a drug. And it takes some getting used to.What's worse than drugs? Having to talk to posers like the "author" of this article. On and on, writing a lot and saying nothing. She asked for advice, not a farking diatribe.the "church of all of us who've been there" really?? STFU and drink this./10 years clean and I still hate ex-addicts. Stupid farking meetings and coffee and "truth" and feelings.//great now I feel sick.
SweetMama: The problem with you young people is, you've never gone through menopause, so you don't know the symptoms of estrogen fluctuation. I'm completely serious about this. That weird feeling you feel is your hormones re-adjusting. It can take several months for them level out. Try the progesterone cream. It fixes the problem right away. (women only.)
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