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  1. Loved this video! Very relatable. It is 100% true that not telling anyone is the way to go. When I quit alcohol 1.5 years ago, I just stopped talking to certain people and just hung out with non drinking people (or people who actually have other activities they like to do without drinking) and it was EASY. Now I don't miss it at all and will never drink again ๐Ÿ™‚ maybe when I get married but honestly I have ZERO urge to do that to myself again. (never had a problem, just didn't like the money spent on it and the side effects of even just 1-2 beers) I'm also 7 years sober from weed but that one took two tries and certain life experiences to make me quit for good. Now I am on my way to business success in main goals I have in my next phase in life ๐Ÿ™‚

    Ps. It is always nice when good things happen when you quit bad habits… it re enforces your will to keep going ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Glad to find this video. 71 days in full sobriety, got a new job at a hospital, lost 20lbs, got a better paying job at the county hospital to start in 2020, and looking forward living funcitonally for the first time as an autistic adult. You hear about quitting alcohol and drugs, but it's good to see your video about weed, as that was the #1 culprit in my lifelong battle with my mental condition. Thanks for the message!

  3. This is such an incredible story! I am also at the point where I am ready to quit. What are you thoughts on CBD? Do you think itโ€™s best to stay away from that as well? Thanks

  4. There is an smart phone app if anyone is struggling with quiting smoking. Because of the vaping ban people are concerned about there health. Thats basically how I quit smoking pot. Ciggaretts I still struggling with but did follow a special program that helps. So i cut my cravings in half.

  5. I quit also 6 months ago… but my health suffers from it…also my BP is to high. Now i gotta take BP meds. No way to unwind or cure anxiety… I miss it dearly.. Dont b a quiter…i dont reccomend it.

  6. Thanks for this vid twoo, Iโ€™ve been smoking weed since I was 14, heavily since I was 17, and desperately want to quit. I can see the signs of it helping when I slow my intake but itโ€™s really hard to quit, especially when your appetite and social connections depend on being high.

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