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“I struggled with Marijuana for years and had tried to quit on my own several times, but failed until I finally reached out for help. I’ve been free of Marijuana for years now. I called for help and I got the help I needed.” – Sophia G.
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The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) states that “Marijuana use can lead to the development of problem use, known as a marijuana use disorder, which takes the form of addiction in severe cases”. That 30% of those who use marijuana may have some degree of marijuana use disorder and those who begin using marijuana during their teenage years are four to seven times more likely to develop a marijuana use disorder than adults…<more>
According to NIDA, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States. Although people of all ages smoke or otherwise consume marijuana, it is especially prevalent among young people. A recent survey indicated more than 11 million young adults ages 18 to 25 used marijuana in the past year (2015). According to the Monitoring the Future survey, rates of marijuana use among middle and high school students have dropped or leveled off in the past few years after several years of increase. However, the number of young people who believe marijuana use is risky is decreasing…<more>
Marijuana addictions symptoms vary based on the age of the person using marijuana as well as the amount they use. In the early 60’s the type of marijuana smoked was far less potent than marijuana that is consumed today. ..<more>
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Admitting I had a problem and all of my attempts to stop smoking weed had failed was one of the most difficult things I ever did. I’m a proud person and asking for help was not easy but that’s how it all started for me. I got the help from people who had been there themselves and I haven’t smoked weed in over 4 years now. – Philip T.
Once I stopped smoking marijuana and focused on bettering myself everything in my life began to turn around. Most importantly the relationship with my husband and my children is what I treasure the most and I have their trust and love again. But it took time and for me, it took reaching out for help. I’m so grateful I took that step. – Sarah M.
Take it from someone who smoked pot for 20 years, If you’ve tried to stop smoking pot and failed every time stop trying to do it on your own and ask for help. At the very least talk with someone who knows what you’re going through, someone who won’t judge you. That’s how my own recovery began and I haven’t smoked pot in 2 years now and honestly I don’t miss it. My life has turned around in every way. – Kimberly C.