Dear Wendy
Dear Wendy

My 19 y/o son dropped out of college and now his only "goal" is to be waiter.

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    LucidityLucidity
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    I’m sorry for what your dad and your cousin went through. You’re right that you can’t die from marijuana withdrawal, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any physical dependency. I had terrible headaches and insomnia each time I tried to quit, but there are lots of other physical symptoms associated with withdrawal.

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    avatarKate
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    I definitely don’t buy the “weed isn’t addictive” line. I think for many people it’s not, but for many people it is. It becomes a daily habit that they can’t quit. If you need to smoke every day, or regularly, to feel okay, then it’s addictive, and I don’t think it really matters whether you call that physical or mental. Although I do hear you about the physical withdrawal of coming off alcohol or opiates being very serious / life-threatening. That’s true.

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    avatarKate
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    Closing this thread because it’s attracting a lot of spam.

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