I asked how i could be supportive when I was seeing zero improvement after a whole year. My bf does not have pothead friends where we live, outside of his dealer.
I try to be sensitive to his issues, since also have anxiety and depression issues, but I choose not to medicate (except for occasionally taking Xanax-prescribed-when I have an onset of bad anxiety.
I have been on anti-depressants in the past, but found they weren't really effective enough for me to warrant using them, especially as my issues are rather mild.) Outside of the pot issue, he's a great boyfriend. He's great with kids and has the makings of a great father.
All the best, Cannabis Rehab Admin If you wish to Use then Use, Your Body Your Choice, You're not a Criminal and I wish you well!
My Choice is to be Drug Rehabilitated for 12 years, because I Chose to be free from it's Control on me! I thought coming here might offer some unique support or advice from people on "both sides of the fence" and it was very upsetting to instead encounter such nastiness.
But in the wake of not seeing results, I'm in a misery and don't know how long I should continue trying to support him. One persons addiction can have significant consequences on they person around them, especially those who love them. My sincere apologies Charmed this post got through, unfortunately this is one of the downsides of allowing users with over a certain post count to bypass moderation as every now and then this can happen.
However justified you feel your argument is Dan as soon as you start calling people names like that you have to realize that its a post that neither me nor Robin could never have approved and at the end of the day whether you feel another persons views of life and relationships is in your opinion realistic no one should be expected to stay in a relationship they are not happy in regardless of whether or not another person thinks they are justified to feel that way.
(I'm not crazy or anything, I'm actually a very normal, mature woman, the person everyone says 'I can't believe you're still single! Heck, my bf even said that to me many times when we started dating.
I just seem to have horrible luck in meeting people.) So recently I visited his hometown with him for the first time.
It wasn't specifically anything that happened, just this constant nagging dislike of him smoking on a daily basis.