Wanna stop smoking weed?

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It’s not hard once you really decide to do it

The decision to stop smoking is the most important thing. If you decide to stop you gonna stop. Most people just don’t decide to do it…they only want to do it…

There are many reasons that you may want to stop smoking weed, besides the fact that, in many places, it is not legal. Many workplaces do drug testing, and will not hire anyone with marijuana in their system. You might not like the way it makes you feel any more.

You may have to stop smoking weed because you can no longer afford to buy it. Whatever your reason, the way to quit is to understand the addiction and make the decision to stop

It is a social driven drug which is why it’s so hard to quit.

Weed is a social drug, so it makes sense that many people can not bring themselves to stop due to peer pressure. Many weed smokers maintain that weed is not addictive and, in some ways, they are correct. Marijuana is not physically addictive. It is, however, mentally addictive, which means that although you may not physically need it, you will very much want it. Symptoms of withdrawal include insomnia, anxiety, and vivid dreams. None of these are nearly as bad as the withdrawal symptoms from cigarettes so, whatever you do, do not use cigarettes as a crutch to stop smoking weed! Many people do this and find themselves in much worse situations because of it.

Come to terms with your personal identity.

Come to grips with the fact that you are going to want the drug, and see if you can figure out why. To most people that smoke weed, it is part of their sense of identity. They see themselves as a weed smoker first, and anything else second. To combat this, consider the reason you want to quit. Develop a sense of identity around that reason, and focus on it. Is it a job opportunity? Develop a sense of identity around the job, which obviously would include not smoking weed.

If you are serious about quitting.

If you are truly serious about losing your pot smoking habit, I highly recommend you check out my review of Cannabis Coach here. I am now 2 years clean which is the longest I have ever gone without taking a hit. So it definitely works.

Are you wanting to smoke because others are pressuring you, or acting like you are silly or stupid for trying to quit? Remind yourself that you are quitting for yourself, not them. If they cannot respect that, it may be time to find new friends. Explain to them that what they think and say have no bearing on your reasons for wanting to quit. If you feel comfortable, explain to them why you want to quit. If not, don’t.

Like so many things in life, quitting weed requires a little bit of self discovery, and a lot of self restraint. If you really want it, though, you can do it.


My Cannabis Coach Review – How I Quit Smoking Weed

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Hey!!! it’s your boy Dampfy and I stopped smoking weed

…about 2 years ago and I want to show you the way how I was finally able to do that. I had been smoking weed everyday for over 7 years.

I would occasionally get these ideas that I should stop smoking pot because it was pretty much taking over my life…but you know how it is, right? Even 24 hours was nearly impossible. I’m pretty sure that during these years, it didn’t happen more than once or twice a year.

Thinking about it now, it seems so ridiculous…

  • every morning…
  • every afternoon…
  • every night…

I just had to be high… I didn’t have a reason for smoking, i just did it all the time… But I didn’t even really get high anymore…So what’s the point of doing it?

I had pretty much accepted to be a pothead forever

No matter how hard I tried, I was always back to where I left off within a few days. I had a friend who used to be a huge pot head so I asked him how he was able to quit.

After he told me his story, which was pretty much identical to mine, he said that what really helped him was this program called Cannabis Coach* that he downloaded off the internet.

Cannabis Coach…worth it or waste?

Stop Smoking Weed
Long story short, the Cannabis Coach program worked for me. It did take some time for me to finally practice what they teach you, but once I ways actually doing it, it got easier and easier as each day went on. They teach some really clever techniques to kill the cravings, how to handle a relapse, and how to ween yourself off of weed.

One of the places I went wrong was that I tried to stop cold turkey…that is not the best way to do it. I like to look at Cannabis Coach as a low shock treatment to stop your weed smoking * for good. You don’t need to dramatically alter your life to get this to work…just work on your addiction one day at a time.If you want to stop smoking weed, even for just a month,  ==> I highly recommend you buy Cannabis Coach here *. You won’t regret it.

All the best!!!




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