[showmyads]As I sit here wading through countless emails from people that are asking for help with marijuana addiction, marijuana detox or how to quit weed, I have noticed that I get the occasional email from a few people explaining to me that weed is not addictive in any way shape or form.
This has hapened before.
Now, these guys are not just saying that marijuana isn’t physically addictive and that it’s only psychologically addictive.
That (although incorrect) I could at least understand. These people are flat out determined to convince me that nobody has a problem when they cease smoking marijuana.
If you missed my last post about this sort of thing, you can check it out here: Nobody in history has ever had a problem quitting marijuana – Yeah Right!!
[showmyads]I have noticed these emails are mostly from younger males that are currently experiencing a life which revolves around marijuana, much like I did in my younger days before I studied the addiction of weed.
In fact I think I was probably more of a Marijuana Advocate than anyone, I was brought up with marijuana, everyone I knew smoked marijuana, and I even lived off selling marijuana. But this story is not about Sebastian Grant!
The point I want to make right now is this.
Marijuana is fine, and I have no problem with the drug. I smoked it daily for 13 years and I don’t smoke it any more – that is my choice to make.
If your choice is any different to mine I have no problem with that either. None whatsoever. I still have many close friends that smoke weed on the regular and if they pull it out in front of me, guess what? Still no problem.
My beef is with the addiction of marijuana that many people now have, not weed itself.
You see, for every one email I get explaining to me that weed isn’t addictive (from more passionate, than insightful characters) I get ten or more from people that want some real help with their addiction (that apparently doesn’t exist). I’m talking about real people with a real problem here.
- People that have smoked weed for many years, often daily.
- People that have tried to quit weed too many times without results.
- People that quit weed and simply need a lift up to get back on top of life.
I’m don’t claim to be a saint, and I’m not saying that I have all the answers for everyone. But since I quit weed 6 years ago, I have learned a lot about this ‘phantom’ addiction of marijuana and I can usually help people get on with their way without any addiction problems.
I don’t want to drag this one on too much (like my last rant) however I thought it would be wise of me to simply make my point. It is not marijuana I am against, far from it. I am into helping people that have already decided they have an addiction, I just give them the solution to their problem. Hope that helps!