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- So I did hash/weed for the frist time the previous week and I'…
weed is not physically addictive like heroin but it is mentally addictive, which is worse imo.
as i heard someone describe it, "im voluntarily enslaved on its plantation and lincoln isnt coming with the emancipation proclamation to save me"
that being said, very few people get to extreme levels of addiction, and even then other factors are usually responsible. my buddy was a heroin junkie and when he kicked the habit he became dependent on weed instead. if he doesnt smoke, even a few hours after he last smoked, he'll start to get extremely anxious and after some time depressed.
Wether its addicting or not is up to you.
I've seen people who definetly smoked way too much and couldn't stop. Everyday they were smoking and doing nothing but shit, escalating to weekends where they binge-smoked from friday to sunday. It's all about your mindset and personality, modesty is the key.
I've smoked weed since highscool and weed definetly hasn't affected my school grades, because I know when I have to study, I study and when I have to go to class, I go to class. In the end it is you whou affects your grades by the choices you make.
Sola dosis facit venenum - the dose makes the poison.
weed isn't physically addictive, but you can become psychologically reliant on it. personally I think it's a waste of time, especially when you can be doing other things during the couple of hours your high.
Everyone says weed isn't addicting, but that's all a fucking lie. It may not be entirely addicting, but it is most definitely habitual, and if you get into a routine of doing it, it can be hard to stop.
i would say it is not physically addicting. i will usually do it a lot(say every day) for a week and then not do it for a month or two. but it is easy miss it. if you should stop doing it, thats up to you. think about what you want. all i would say is never go anywhere or do anything important high, i usually do it alone or with close friends. will it bring your grades down? not in my experience.
- Hi everyone. I've stopped going to a dojo for about a year…
happens to everyone so don't worry,you are probably feeling embarrassed because of that,but no one will care about the things that you do
here are my few experiences:
i was training aikido and one day i somehow broke my kneecap and had to quit it,then i came back 1 year later and people didn't even care if i was there,everyone greeted me because they knew me from before(that actually happened twice,second time was when i hurt my knee again and had to quit it again)
Yes, more or less. Most of the similar experiences I had, I overthought it just like you did. Let me tell you: you are blowing it WAAAY out of proportions. More than not, people will respect and you would probably perform better on the longer run. After having the same experience over and over, you'll realize how dummy of you to have such silly worries.
Sure, some people might bring it up that you had left for a year, although that highly unlikely, but it would be about starting a conversation rather than criticism. Best of luck!
[Same anon] To sum it up from my experience, NO.
[Same anon, who wishes there was a way to edit comments] As in, No, it is not going to be awkward.
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