Stop Smoking Cannabis
Congratulations on making the wise decision to stop smoking cannabis. Marijuana abuse can lead to depression and often it is used as a gateway to other harder drugs. But I don't need to tell you about all of this, right? Because you've been there and done that, which is why you are reading these pages now.
Cannabis does have therapeutic elements and also is very good at relieving pain. However if I were to list ten positive aspects of marijuana, I would also be able to list ten negatives about marijuana. A common one of which is the inability to wake up from sleep, or mood swings and depression. So why do we keep smoking it? Because from these pleasures and pains we remember the positives and try and suppress the negatives. After all, once you've had a smoke your focus is no longer placed on the negatives or worry. Cannabis suppresses these emotions whilst you are stoned. But don't mistake suppression from eradication. You still have to carry these thoughts, feelings and emotions around with you, but cannabis just hides them from you temporarily.
Stop smoking cannabis if you are fed up with it. Make the decision right now to stop smoking cannabis! Don't hesitate or delay. The very first thing you must do is decide why you are giving it all up. Are you giving up because someone keeps nagging you to? Are you stopping because your Doctor has told you so? Well, ignore everyone else's opinions and make up your own mind. You won't stop if you don't want to. You will stop if you do want to. It really is that simple. So make the decision.
Set a date to quit smoking marijuana. This is important. Some people might be able to decide straight away, others might need time to digest more information. Whatever you do it, make sure you end up setting a date to quit and stick to it no matter what. Write it out and put it somewhere you will see it often, put it on a yellow sticky note, write it on your computers screen saver, do whatever it takes to remember the date and remember it often.