A support group for Toolers to share feelings and come for support as they get rid of the #1 thing in the way.....themselves and pot addiction!
Any day, any time, come for support and sharing. I'm here to help and checking this group frequently.
I'm not quite sure of how this thing works. Today is my 73rd day without weed. So far, so good. It's the longest I've ever gone since I'd started smoking, over thirty years ago. Thirty years! I think this is turning into a blog post. (not)Hi, y'all. »
Hey all, Not sure if anyone has any advice for me. I'm in a bit of a mood more for the financial reason than anything. Sure I would love for my Husband to quit smoking pot for many reasons (the house smells, he's got his rolling, ashing, pipe-scraping shit all over the living room, It's costing a fo »
Hey all - I'm new to the group and have recently quit smoking pot...again. I have smoked pot off and on for many years and use it as a crutch when times are tough and stressful. I have quit many times before for months, then decide I want some for the weekend or whatever is going on and think "oh it »
You'll get over it. That is so negative! So one-sided. You didn't mention a single positive aspect of pot although it has helped you for a presumably long time. Now that's what I call ingratitude dude. One things for sure, music will not sound as good for you now. Think, where would Rock be without »
Please answer these questions to yourself, or write them down one by one. How do you feel about pot smoking today? Have you really quit? What bothers you most about pot? Can you afford your habit? Do you feel you MUST smoke to feel better, or deal with life? How long have you smoked? Is obtaining an »
Whe you really think about it, smoking pot quickly becomes about NEEDING to get your fix to deal with your emotions and the day..... it has nothing to do with "enjoying" or relaxing. Its self medicating through and through. Add up all the money you spend and all the days you spend doing NOTHING in y »