Also, when we got back he needed to find a job and we started semester at a university. I would really like to know how this panned out. They get shakes, itchy, and other physical symptoms. You can stop instantly forever without any physical danger, but for some us that psychological addiction is strong. But many, many others cannot. I adore my boyfriend, but am uncomfortable with how often he emotionally cheats on me with the woman at work. I believe that your perception of this plant is heavily tainted with the negative opinions of the people you choose to listen to.
Remind your boyfriend that doctors are part of your support network as well, and ask if he has considered making an appointment to talk about smoking cessation medication. Someone who was casually smoking on the weekends and then graduated to midweek may be escalating, easy to do with pot or any other drug. I doubt he would have a problem with it. We actually almost broke up and we had a deep conversation of our issues. But i started to smoke here and day help me adjust my lifestyle and body. Talk to your boyfriend to find out what kind of help he needs.
Needless to say, after committing seven years of my life to a relationship that I truly believed in, the decision is not easy. It became such a ritual for him and his friends and I felt so hurt. Now, before this happened, I was in a terrible anxious state of mind that he would again lie to me and brake a promise. At first, I was adament that he had to quit altogether, but he made it very clear that this was not an option for him. It's not that I mind you smoke it occasionally or a joint after work. I started crying reading this becuase I know exactly how u feel.
Fast forward to last month. I know that i should break up with him, but i don't want to give up on him. I know he's planning to marry me but then I told him that if this is what you want then this weed thing has to stop. I opened up her pocket, and there was a huge bag of weed and a bowl in there. My ex bf was I guess you could call an alcoholic because he needed beer every day and also eventually vodka, wine and shots and his partying lasted for 2 weeks straight during which I hardly ever saw him.
Rule 1 in trying to help someone addicted is to get them to acknowledge the problem and want to change it. If you live together, maybe just request he dosent smoke before you go out together or something. He is quick to react angry and also paranoid. His friends and brothers smoke it far more often than my boyfriend does — some of them on a daily basis. What right do you have to make these declarations? We agreed on twice a month and never with my kids!! Everybody has issues that they run into, and everyone needs advice every now and again.
I think of it as a drug that just makes you stupid. When I first met my fiance, I made it clear to him about my deal breakers even before we started dating because it was very important for me to find someone who meets my standards. But everyone has weaknesses and flaws, and shouldn't have to live with fear of rejection or ultimatums within reason, obviously, I consider smoking a fairly minor flaw, but that's a matter of opinion. If he continues, you must decide to accept him smoking weed with his friends, find a compromise that works for both of you, or leave. You haven't caught him doing addict things like smoking behind your back and lying, and he's still working hard, with the intention to quit. . The drug doesn't impair you to the point where you'll do something reckless.
Otherwise there's really nothing you can do about it. It affected us all differently, but after 40 years of marriage, my mom has been forced to put her foot down and leave because the long term effects of that type of substance are quite different than short term. Its like he wishes I could accept it and I wish he could stop, its not worth breaking up over and I know he would choose me over the weed if our relationship depended on it but I'm just wondering if he'll still be himself or have I fallen in love with a personality weed created. Its just really funny as two days ago he was fine, and since bringing up the drug problem he all of a sudden wants to end it himself. I knew he smokes since we met and at the time I had no problem with it. And afterward, I feel like I'm more open to talking about something that happened or something that I liked.
Your family can over look the fact but they can comment all they want just like you. If it were me, I would ask him to make a choice between me and the drug, because personally, I have no interest in being with anyone who uses drugs yes, weed is a grug even on an occasional basis. I soon started to get a little bit better, but a month later she smoked it with her sister on memorial day. Would he be ok with that? I later did a full background check and saw offenses dating back to the nineties! Am I being too controlling!? And just an update, he decided to break up with me today. I wouldn't worry too much about the pot.
There were periods where I quit cold turkey for financial or other reasons. Im still a smoker and ive poated here before. Please help I knew my girlfriend used to smoke pot at a young age. But twice a week is absolutely silly to call addiction. The other half of me says — you love him. Friends and some family will drop by periodically and spoke to. In elementary a cop brought weed to the school to show us and we held it in our hand and got to smell it.
It gave me a weird buzz which I didn't enjoy so that was probably my last experience with it. I believed that changing the environment will help him with his addiction, as everything and everyone toxic that surrounded him, will stay far away. And I think that it is even more mortifying to my boyfriend that he would have to tell this to his brothers. I am trying to come up with questions and concerns to take to my boy friend to talk about. He couldn't go to parties without knowing at what point in the night he'd get to go back to his place, or go somewhere else, and smoke.