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WHY THE HELL DID I EVER START THIS CRAP.I WANNA SToP YET I KEEEP GOING HOME WITH THAT BEING THE FIRST THING ON MY MIND.I FEAR FOR  MY HEALTH.YET IM STUCK.THE TRUTH IS I AM A DRUG ADDICT.NOW WHAT
SINISTERMEMPHISTO SINISTERMEMPHISTO 26-30, M 8 Responses Jan 23, 2007

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please don't sling words around like drug addict and weed in the same sentence. you cant clump weed in the same category as drugs. you may like to smoke weed but you are not addicted. i have smoked weed for 40 years and heres what i know- you have an addictive personality- that means whether it is a girlfriend or gambling or collecting things you obsorb yourself in it. you better check yourself and get that under control before you experiment with REAL drugs and become a real addict or become obsessed with your girlfriend and hurt someone

Pot does warrant rehab. I've seen others have to go through it. I once had a problem with pot myself. I went to AA even though that wasn't my addiction. Some people understood and some didn't. I got a sponser and started working the step.<br />
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Then I found a marijuana 12 step group. Changed my life.<br />
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I've been sober for 2.5 years now and plan on keeping going.

theironrod, of course, that's exactly what addiction is.<br />
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Get all the help you can Sinister. I would certainly suggest going to some Narcotics Anonymous meeting of some sort.<br />
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I know that AA has made many souls tremendously grateful for helping them with their addiction to alcohol.

i don't really believe in addiction.it's just a matter if you're weak or strong to resist the temptation

Gotta agree with you on most of your comments Sag ol mate , except for the not needing rehab bit . I only say that because although most people dont have too much trouble giving up/cutting back on alcohol , smokes , weed or whatever is their chosen poison , some people find it a bit harder and some do really need help from others . Like qje 444 said , admitting you need help is the fist step . I'd reckon getting help is the second . Sitting down and chuffin cones , procrastinating (power word for the day) and feeling sorry for yourself definitely aint the go. Good Luck though !!!!!!!!!!

You are back Sinister!<br />
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Glad to be part of your support system. The ladies have great ideas and I addm, proven techniques for kicking any habit. <br />
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You might look up the Seventh-day Adventist Church in your neighborhood. They have some of the best courses on stopping adictions. They usually have peple who can undrstand and walk with you and keep you company. Of course, they talk alot about Jesus too. If that bothers you, try things developed by Smokers Anonymous and etc. <br />
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Life is less expensive financially and in health concerns when you are not addicted. <br />
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Good luck, <br />
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Radiant

I really do feel your pain, though my drugs were alcohol and cigarettes. I have been sober nearly 19 years, and I quit smoking nearly 8 months ago. Soooo glad I kicked both. Change your routine, find some support (online worked for me), and remember that this, too, shall pass.