I smoked for over 5yrs on and off. I’ve tried every drug out there, but nothing ever controlled me like this stuff did.
It’s like crack and heroin had an even more evil and dangerous baby.
In and out of rehab and prison, each time I relapsed, I was convinced that I’d only smoke a little bit so it wouldn’t reel me in again; Big mistake. You have to fight it.
This is the fight for your sanity; this is the fight for your freedom; this is the fight for your life! The withdrawals are enough to make you want to give up, I know. It is horrible but you should imagine the reward; waking up one day, free of the immediate barrage of thoughts about how you need to get high asap.
Imagine being able to have fun. No more nodding out, looking like a zombie, uncontrollable coughing, and no more living to light up.
It’ll take over your entire existence if you let it. But, I have great news.
Even if you have already let it take over, there’s still hope.
I know you feel tired, you’re sick of living that way, so it’s time to let it go.
It took about 3 days for me to completely get past the withdrawals, after that it was a cake.
Give yourself that gift.
Give yourself a 3 day fight. Fight the urge, fight the craving, and fight the illness. Weening works.
I’m not a doctor but my fiancé and I went down to only smoking at night for the first few days.
Then, like the 4th or 5th day we cleaned out the car and the house, we made sure to throw away all the roaches, pipes, and blunts, and we cut ties with the toxic people in our lives.
The next 3 days were sucky but we made it. You can do it too.
No one can help you until you are ready to help yourself.
Maybe it’s hard but you’ve been willing to go to any lengths to get high, so put that kind of effort into NOT getting high.
They say the relapse rate is high for this drug, let’s shut that down.
Statistics change all the time. We used to smoke 2 or 3 ten gram bags per day.
If we quit it, you can too. I promise.
Stay strong, somebody loves you more than you can imagine.
Somebody is rooting for you, and this will be the greatest thank you that you could ever give them.