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 fortune, and we're expecting a baby in less than two months!)
He's not a casual party smoker, he litterally doesn't go a portion of the day without it. It drives me nuts that he rolls a big giant bat to smoke almost right before bed....it might as well be a $20 bill for all the good it does him while he's sleeping! Anyway, he's been saying for the entire pregnancy that he has to quit, and wants to quit for the sake of being a responsible father, and for the financial reasons, but he's has yet to make it through an entire day without (some form) I've even tried growing it for him, but he's been so spoiled with "good stuff" that the plants I grew for him are considered garbage for when he's desparate. I knew he was a pot-head when we got together so I've always said that I wouldn't force him to change anything, but this is going to drive us out of our home and ruin our relationship because he's spending so much, and I feel like he hasn't put ANY effort forth at all. I know it will take him a week or two to get over the mood swings because many years ago he actually tried a couple times, but like I say, I haven't seen him accomplish more than a day before caving in the last few years so I feel like he's just faking it for a few hours to shut me up and going right back to normal. Does anybody know what I should do??? P.S. I've given up trying peak his interest in doing Tools, if I nag or even drop any more hints, he'll just resist.
Wed, Mar 31 12:04 PM
Thanks Dancingsquirrel. He might laugh at me for even suggesting it, but it's worth a shot. Today's his next start at trying to quit and it's been a little rocky already so he might be open to some help.
Tue, Mar 30 06:12 AM
Try www.ma-online.org it's done me a world of good. There's tons of information, informal chat and meetings. It's a great place with lots of friendly and supportive people.