As you can see I'm all for debate. I don't know your boyfriend so maybe he's different. They get addicted to the rush of dopamine they get from gambling. There is ZERO excuse for it. Im not happy and i know its bc of weed, bad habits. Grumpy, short-tempered and defeatist, we had a memorable argument over which direction to cycle down a river during one of his dry spells. Not even after getting busted for possession.
When I quit after periods of heavy use I can't sleep, can't eat, and am extremely irritable. Join date, who i met and money under the whole family. He ended up at a psychologists office for a variety of reasons who, after hearing how much he smoked, told him he had a severe weed addiction, whatever that means. It controlled his life, he was emotionally abusive to me, he withdrew socially and had major paranoia issues again something which I believe happens because he started so young. Do you intend to be addicted to anything when you're a parent? I personally used to smoke weed, and depend on stimulants to get through the day, but after doing psychedelics, I realized I had a lot of trauma in the past which led to my dependencies.
Movies are a lot more interesting.
Should I live with a marijuana addict who is otherwise a good man?
I got addicted with him. You replied to me twice. He does vape, but his vape is set up in the garage and I really don't want to move the vape into the house because it still does smell. I bet if you take weed away most of these men will still be the same as they are. The most loving thing you could do is to let each other go, certainly until you are both in a more stable position to have a healthy relationship. I am too stubborn and too sensitive for my own good. He went to counselling but stopped going as he found it upsetting talking about his family history, the only friends he has left do it, and his family seem to have given up on him.
Love And Other Drugs: What It's Like To Be The Girlfriend Of A Stoner
If you don't like the idea of dating a habitual pot user then maybe you should consider leaving before the relationship goes onto long. We've definitely compromised on the matter. This may change over the course of time, but it may not always be the weed to blame. Nobody knows what I am going through, not even him. I wouldn't suggest selling ever. He had smoked since his teens years.