How can QuitMarijuana.Org help you?
The Online Course
The complete guide to quitting weed. 8 modules that take you from wanting to quit, to staying quit forever.
Keep track of your progress, goals and achievements with built in lessons and quizzes.
Set your quit date, and we’ll send you email reminders about what you should be reading and doing to keep you on track.
Quit Weed Stories Continued
Mike on 10/23/2014
John I just wanted to thank you, You have been an inspiration to me and to others in our battles against Marijuana addiction. First I had to admit I was and still am addicted to pot. But I have made a personal choice to stop using. It has now been 27 days since I have used and I am still coughing stuff out of my lungs. The withdraw symptoms have all disappeared, except for insomnia and the crazy dreams when I am asleep. It is hard sometimes when I am around some of my friends smoking, I have been ridiculed and teased allot but am standing firm. I have a lot more money now to use on things that are good for me. I am going after a job that before I could only dream of having, and I don't have to worry every day about a surprise drug screen. Thanks Again, John and keep up the good work.
Mike, Bright eyed and Sober!*
Trevor in Vancouver, Canada
Thanks to your advice, I've been off weed for 3 weeks now! I feel much better, I know that everyday is it's own challenge but this feels different than any other time that I've quit. I've been chronic for 15 years, I'm 33 years old, and I must say that I really don't miss it at all. It really made no sense to smoke all day, and yet I wake'n baked all the time.
The program made it easy because it's not about quitting something you love, it's about focusing on your dreams, and going for them. You start to want only positive things. I've had a few cravings, but mostly I don't think about weed at all. Some crazy dreams, (yes, I am dreaming again, and I love it.) I am loving my life, I am already feeling better at everything I do.
If you feel like every day is Groundhog Day, it's time to snap out. There is no failing, only figuring out what doesn't work for you. There's nothing you can't do. And it's soooooooo worth it. Good luck to you all. Much love*
Terry in the UK
I felt that it was important to reply to this email before I clicked on the link. I used one of your tips to help me along the way (finding a hobby in my spare time), but ultimately it was up to me.
I have finally given up and been weed free for 18 months. Please please please continue to offer your support and guidance to others on how to quit. Quitting has been the best thing I have done in my life because now I think clearly and am able to make better decisions.
Thank you for all of the emails that you have sent to me over the last three years. These emails have continually reminded me to quit. Thank you.*
When you stop chasing the wrong things you give the right things a chance to catch you.- Lolly Daskal, Author - 'Lead From Within'