Hi I'm John Mckee. Welcome to QuitMarijuana.Org.
Since 2008, I've taught thousands of people how to stop smoking weed and break their marijuana addiction. If you think you need to quit smoking weed, I am here to help you.
I know the frustration and shame of being addicted to weed and the struggle to quit. In fact, I spent nearly 10 years stoned morning, noon and night. I smoked just to fall asleep sleep, only to wake up and do it all over again. I became anti-social, gained weight, and lost that spark in life. I wasn't getting 'high' anymore. I was barely getting by. I had sunk into the deep, dark pit of dependence and stayed there for years.
Deep in my heart, I knew had to stop smoking weed all day, every day.
Before you go any further, ask yourself these questions:
- Are you avoiding reality and problems by smoking weed constantly?
- Does your weed habit make you feel out of control and helpless?
- Are you ready to change today and break free of your destructive patterns?
Last Update: Feb 14th, 2019
What is QuitMarijuana.Org?
QuitMarijuana.Org is here to make it easy for you to quit smoking weed. By helping 1000's of people quit weed, we've built a system that works for everyone.
When I tried to quit ten years ago, you couldn't find any Real information on marijuana addiction, dependence or withdrawal symptoms. I built QuitMarijuana.Org so that you don't have to struggle like I did.
QuitMarijuana.Org is the only place with the proven techniques, training and social support to help you stop smoking weed and dramatically improve your life.
We provide online courses and a community to coach you through the steps of how to quit smoking weed, and get through withdrawal so that you can live without being a prisoner to your marijuana addiction. We also have resources for parents, teens, and people in relationships with weed smokers.
Fact: Marijuana Addiction Can Happen To Anyone.
It's not your fault and you're not alone... about 1 in 10 daily weed smokers get addicted or become dependant!
I will tell you right now that you can stop your weed addiction in its tracks. Even if you have tried to quit many times before, even if you don't know where to start, even if you have bad withdrawals. I will show you exactly how to do it.
Quitting marijuana might not seem easy, but it doesn’t have to be incredibly hard once you know what to do. You have to know what to expect. It’s more than just not smoking. It is also a lifestyle change that gets easier over time.
If you are feeling run down, anxious, and depressed about your cannabis use, you can dig yourself out of that hole. Weed is causing the problems, it's not the solution.
When I quit, I got control of my life back and my self-esteem skyrocketed.
Two months after stopping, I was my old self again. My confidence and self-esteem skyrocketed once weed was out of my system. Truth is, if I hadn't stopped, I wouldn't have got unstuck, got promoted or got married. Now I have control of my life and am achieving my goals.
Defeating Cravings, Triggers and Temptations
Cravings, temptations, moments of weakness; whatever you want to call them, these are the reasons you slip-up or relapse despite knowing that you want to be sober and quit for good.
In the Quit Weed 30 Day Action plan, there are multiple lessons that help you identify your cravings and triggers then help you develop the techniques you need to stay strong. Everyone has different triggers, so tracking these and developing strategies for each one is the best path forward.
Prepare for Marijuana Withdrawal Symptoms
Marijuana withdrawal is real. The most common symptoms are Insomnia, night sweats, irritability, lost of appetite, and depression.
You need to know what to expect with your withdrawal symptoms. This is so important that I wrote a free e-book "The Truth About Marijuana Withdrawal".
A recent study out of University of Illinois proves you may already know: Withdrawal can be so severe that you will smoke to relieve the symptoms. No surprise there, but it's nice to see that science is catching up to what I've been writing about since 2007. There's no magic pill to relieve withdrawal, but there are natural remedies you can include in your quitting plan that will significantly reduce withdrawal symptoms.
What other treatment options are out there?
If you can’t stop or quit weed on your own naturally, your may want to seek professional help:
- A psychiatrist or doctor may be able to work with you to treat underlying conditions that cause you to smoke in the first place. For example: let's say you smoke to treat your anxiety, you may be prescribed medications that help with anxiety so you can stop taking marijuana. Sometimes the meds have side-effects worse than medical marijuana, so do your own research after you consult with a professional.
- In-patient rehab is an intensive and often expensive option. I recommend this most when there are multiple addictions, like alcohol and weed, or you've been addicted to harder drugs in the past. Online resources, such as USRehabNetwork.com, can help you locate a local rehabilitation clinic, therapy or counseling for drug and/or addiction treatment.
- Group counseling sessions can help you find support by talking through your issues and meeting like-minded people. Marijuana Anonymous is one example of this type of group. The issues with these groups is that when you quit forever, you want to move on, and dragging yourself to meetings all the time can be difficult to do. 12 Steps groups have poor success rates relative to other treatment options.
- An addiction counselor can be useful to talk to. I know a few that work specifically with people who are addicted to weed and want to quit. Contact me if you would like a referral.
- QuitMarijuana.Org and the 30 Day Action Plan was created to give you everything you need to quit at an affordable price. It combines the social support of 12 step programs, but uses best practices like cognitive behavioral therapy to help you figure out how to stop smoking weed because you will write you own quitting plan based on your unique life. It costs far less than a single session with a therapist or counselor.
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