Tips on dating a pothead
Tips on dating a pothead - dating tip for single man
It is important to remember that marijuana is a psychological addiction and that the person you care about is addicted to the mental state of being high, and compulsively want to be stoned.
She said she’d realized that the way to communicate with the Holy Trinity was through getting stoned, and then outlined a complicated method of accessing God through prayerful toking.
The positive thing about the first situation is that you are able to openly talk about the issue and provide support toward the common goal of quitting.
The second situation is where the marijuana addict does not want to admit that they have a problem or just a belief that they have a problem with weed.
When you decide to talk to the person about their marijuana use, do not accuse them.
Rather, you should explained to them have their marijuana use is affecting you and your relationship with them.
They may say that people love we, and there is no way that they want to quit.
In this case, the road to recovery is much rockier.
I’m the kind of idiot who has dated not one but two pot dealers. The dynamic between the three of us never really recovered after that. He was always stoned, and if he wasn’t eating wasabi peas with his shirt off on the floor, he was having a “dark spell.” Usually a dark spell consisted of a deep stare and a story about various bloodcurdling things. They’re from the prisons.” I said, “Yeah, that’s sad,” to which he responded, “Let’s go dig one up.” I declined, and he got really upset. She smoked a lot of pot, which wasn’t my thing, but I figured if it didn’t interfere with her grades or life, it wasn’t a big deal. Then I found out from friends that she was in fact, the kingpin drug dealer of the school. I was really on the straight and narrow until I met him, but as our relationship got more serious, so did my dependence on weed, kind of a pre-req for being around him.
The darkness peaked when he got his hands on some particularly doomy weed. To take a line from Lorraine Bracco: I got to admit the truth. Last Halloween was a low: we bought weed from a middle-aged pregnant lady in an Olive Garden parking lot.
Marijuana addiction forms gradually and gets worse as time goes by.
This is why some people are not even aware they have problem.
I send him out to the grocery store with a list that reads, “Salmon, portobella mushrooms, cous-cous, lemons, and cilantro.” An hour later I’m wondering why he’s taking so long since the store is five minutes away.