Welcome to the Marijuana Addiction Recovery Website. This site is here to help YOU quit smoking marijuana!

Do you want have a New Years resolution to quit weed in 2017?   Keep Reading!

I started this site in November 2007 as a tool to help me learn how to quit smoking weed and overcome my addiction to marijuana.   When I started this blog, I had NO IDEA that there were so many people out there that were going through the same situation that I was….stuck with an addiction that snuck up on them and without anywhere to turn or anyone to talk to.

Let’s face it, most people don’t believe that marijuana is addictive, because for them it isn’t.   The truth is, marijuana CAN BE ADDICTIVE.   It can and does wreck peoples lives.   It put my life in a stoned holding pattern for close to 10 years!  If you are struggling with an addiction to weed, want to quit, or want to help someone, this site is for you!

I have quit smoking weed for good!  
 I am very proud of this accomplishment and feel like I am finally getting my life together.   I can’t be a casual smoker. If I had pot, I would be stoned until it was gone…..and I could always find more.   My addiction to weed cost me more than $20,000 in 9 years that I was a daily smoker.   That’s a lot of cash.   More importantly though, I lost friends, opportunities, self respect and self control.  It’s been a long journey, but I am getting to know the old ‘ME’ again, and I like it!

As of January 2009, the focus of this site has changed from me blogging about quitting marijuana to helping people learn how to quit smoking weed.  When I decided I wanted to quit smoking weed, I was lost.   If you read my old blog post from the beginning, you will see that I failed a bunch of times before I was able to quit.  It was an emotional roller-coaster…but I was committed.   I never gave up…even when I had smoking marijuana relapses.

Learn the Secrets of How to Quit Marijuana!  The first secret is to totally committed to Quit Smoking Marijuana.  NEVER GIVE UP IN YOUR MIND.   Each time I smoked, or went back to my old ways, I learned a little bit about my addiction, and about myself.  I have fallen into all the traps.  Through research, trial and error, and a lot of help from Cannabis Coach Audio Program, I was able to put it all behind me.   I wish I had the program in the beginning, it would have made things WAY easier for me.   With it,  I finally learned How to Quit Smoking Marijuana.   The Cannabis Coach program was a savior for me.   With it, I finally cracked the code and learned how to quit smoking weed for good!

Click Here for My Personal Success Story


    2 replies to "New Years Resolution to Quit Marijuana in 2016?"

    • Joel Madsen

      I’m having panic attacks. Weed used to be very helpful and fun for me. I enjoyed smoking for many years. In the last few years something seems to have changed. I used to find astonishment in things that I’d seen before, but never appreciated with the fresh approach of being baked.

      Fast forward to now, I’m too distracted by anxiety to enjoy any of the positive and creative vibes. I’ve decided that it can no longer be a productive part of my life and am trying to quit.

      Currently I’m struggling with panic attacks and a feeling of trying to get by one day at a time. It’s a total struggle and I’m hoping it gets better soon as its been a week since the last time I’ve smoked.

    • n/a

      I have smoked pot (top shelf) daily for 8 years. It started in high school with my “friends”. It seemed to me that I was making more friends because I smoked, but looking back it limited my friendships. I almost felt uncomfortable around friends that didnt toke. It also put a huge wedge between me and my family when they found out. I’m not saying that pot is bad, although smoking (vs eating it) it is bad for your lungs, but it is still socially unacceptable. It’s sad, I know. It’s like prohibition days, people adjust slowly. I could advocate pot all day, but it wouldn’t make a difference. The facts remain: 70% of companies in the US drug test. Even in states where recreational use is legal, companies can still punish and refuse to hire people who test positive for THC… When I quit it made a world of difference for me. Most of the changes FOR ME where positive. I valued socializing again, my family noticed and our relationship is re-kindling, I can actually apply for jobs now, etc. But the biggest thing FOR ME was not stressing. I was sick of stressing about getting in trouble with the law, try to pass drug screens with fake urine, and family catching me. I honesty didnt quit for any other reason than stressing myself out. Sure, I could have used fake urine, but I couldn’t handle that stress. I do stress a little and sleep is harder, but I am early in. I need to learn a healthly way to handie stress. I hope my story helped, I felt like sharing it, but not proof reading it xD

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