“If you want to get the the same results, keep doing what you are doing”
I had to change what I was doing. It has been 10 years since I first smoked pot, and 7 of those years have been an excessive, chronic marijuana addiction. Because I was stoned so often, it was easy to ignore all of the growing problems associated with my addiction to weed. I took the time to step back and really evaluate what my marijuana addiction was doing to my life.
Most people can’t quit because they don’t know what to expect, or don’t have a plan. If you want to be fully prepared and successful when you stop smoking weed, check out the Quit Marijuana Action Plan.
Smoking 4 or 5 times a day, every day, chews up A LOT of time. I wrote 4 separate pieces about how Marijuana has negative effects on my life. This is the first stage of the recovery process. It is necessary to identify why I want to quit so that I can quit more driven to quit more easily.
Each Post is Summarized Below. You can click on the title of the post to jump to it.
#1 Physical Reasons to Quit Marijuana – all of the negative physical effects of being a daily pot smoker.
#2 Psychological Reasons to Quit Marijuana – how marijuana affects my mood, attitude, emotions, and motiviation.
#3 Reasons to Quit Marijuana – Relationships – how smoking weed interferes with relationships, social drive, and decision making.
#4 Financial Reasons to Quit Marijuana – the cost of marijuana, and the cost of living the lifestyle of a stoner
I hope you find this list helpful. I am will continue to update it. If you have any additions to this list, feel free to add them in the comments of the appropriate page.
There are plenty of reasons people want to quit smoking pot, I know I covered my personal reasons here. You can quit! Read more about How to Quit Smoking Marijuana, and what you can do to make sure you are successful.