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I think I have a problem.
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I think im addicted to not being sober, the last like month ive been under the influence of something pretty much everyday and its starting to scare me. Im not addicted to anything in particular I just find it more fun to be not sober. Im retarded I know but so far it hasn't affected me negatively at all other than some light sleep loss. What should I do, cold turkey everything for a bit and see how i feel or just keep enjoying myself.

I think im addicted to not being sober, the last like month ive been under the influence of something pretty much everyday and its starting to scare me. Im not addicted to anything in particular I just find it more fun to be not sober. Im retarded I know but so far it hasn't affected me negatively at all other than some light sleep loss. What should I do, cold turkey everything for a bit and see how i feel or just keep enjoying myself.
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louis ck said it best: drugs are so good they'll ruin your life.

idk you keep saying "not sober" so im assuming weed/pills? if you can smoke some ganj and still function i think you're ok but pills/alcohol tend to get out of control very fast and it's hard to pull yourself out of that shit. stopping weed is as easy as just stopping.

if you think you have a problem, you probably have a problem.

louis ck said it best: drugs are so good they'll ruin your life.

idk you keep saying "not sober" so im assuming weed/pills? if you can smoke some ganj and still function i think you're ok but pills/alcohol tend to get out of control very fast and it's hard to pull yourself out of that shit. stopping weed is as easy as just stopping.

if you think you have a problem, you probably have a problem.
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this what happens when you look at bapes snapchat regularly

this what happens when you look at bapes snapchat regularly
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marmadukeGRYLLSlouis ck said it best: drugs are so good they'll ruin your life.

idk you keep saying "not sober" so im assuming weed/pills? if you can smoke some ganj and still function i think you're ok but pills/alcohol tend to get out of control very fast and it's hard to pull yourself out of that shit. stopping weed is as easy as just stopping.

if you think you have a problem, you probably have a problem.

Pretty much weed throughout the week and alcohol + weed over the weekends, ive still been doing well in school ive just never been this way before.

[quote=marmadukeGRYLLS]louis ck said it best: drugs are so good they'll ruin your life.

idk you keep saying "not sober" so im assuming weed/pills? if you can smoke some ganj and still function i think you're ok but pills/alcohol tend to get out of control very fast and it's hard to pull yourself out of that shit. stopping weed is as easy as just stopping.

if you think you have a problem, you probably have a problem.[/quote]
Pretty much weed throughout the week and alcohol + weed over the weekends, ive still been doing well in school ive just never been this way before.
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just cycle through all the drugs so you never get addicted to any of them but you're never really sober either

sobriety is a constant hell why would you ever want to be sober for anything other than a drug test
also get checked to make sure you dont have underlying issues besides your drug abuse

just cycle through all the drugs so you never get addicted to any of them but you're never really sober either

sobriety is a constant hell why would you ever want to be sober for anything other than a drug test
also get checked to make sure you dont have underlying issues besides your drug abuse
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdyVUQkvUnY

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdyVUQkvUnY[/youtube]
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#7
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take a few days off every week or so
try to save things for evenings only

best thing is to put yourself in a position where 1: you want to function at your best 2: that requires being sober. I know how it is when there's nothing to do, easy to say ehh why the hell not

weed every day will take a toll after a while, so be careful. stop while it's easy

take a few days off every week or so
try to save things for evenings only

best thing is to put yourself in a position where 1: you want to function at your best 2: that requires being sober. I know how it is when there's nothing to do, easy to say ehh why the hell not

weed every day will take a toll after a while, so be careful. stop while it's easy
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#8
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Had kinda the same issue last summer, just need to substitute drugs with other less dangerous things or activities. Anything that can distract you from wanting to not be sober is good. Going to work, playing video games, doing stuff with friends, eating food, and sometimes even masturbating (xd) are all good time consuming things that can keep your mind off drugs. Soon you'll be used to living life normally (sober) and you won't feel as empty just because you aren't high, drunk, tripping, etc.

Had kinda the same issue last summer, just need to substitute drugs with other less dangerous things or activities. Anything that can distract you from wanting to not be sober is good. Going to work, playing video games, doing stuff with friends, eating food, and sometimes even masturbating (xd) are all good time consuming things that can keep your mind off drugs. Soon you'll be used to living life normally (sober) and you won't feel as empty just because you aren't high, drunk, tripping, etc.
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There are low key counseling programs, if you have access to healthcare, that could help you get at the underlying reasons for not wanting to be sober? Especially if you're in college I know they offer free and confidential counseling programs. Quitting cold turkey, or getting addicted to something as you're cycling through won't fix any of those. But a counselor or therapist could give you access to healthier coping mechanisms. I don't know what your life situation is right now is though, or your means. In the meantime you could try limiting usage to just weed, which is a bit more healthy for your liver and kidneys than constant booze or pills?

Regardless, I really do hope you work through this in the best way for you! Life is shit but you've already taken the first step in identifying it as a problem and seeking help in your community. ^.^

There are low key counseling programs, if you have access to healthcare, that could help you get at the underlying reasons for not wanting to be sober? Especially if you're in college I know they offer free and confidential counseling programs. Quitting cold turkey, or getting addicted to something as you're cycling through won't fix any of those. But a counselor or therapist could give you access to healthier coping mechanisms. I don't know what your life situation is right now is though, or your means. In the meantime you could try limiting usage to just weed, which is a bit more healthy for your liver and kidneys than constant booze or pills?

Regardless, I really do hope you work through this in the best way for you! Life is shit but you've already taken the first step in identifying it as a problem and seeking help in your community. ^.^
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throneHad kinda the same issue last summer, just need to substitute drugs with other less dangerous things or activities. Anything that can distract you from wanting to not be sober is good. Going to work, playing video games, doing stuff with friends, eating food, and sometimes even masturbating (xd) are all good time consuming things that can keep your mind off drugs. Soon you'll be used to living life normally (sober) and you won't feel as empty just because you aren't high, drunk, tripping, etc.

I still do all the same stuff that I did before I smoked everyday like soccer cooking work etc. i just like doing them not sober more.

[quote=throne]Had kinda the same issue last summer, just need to substitute drugs with other less dangerous things or activities. Anything that can distract you from wanting to not be sober is good. Going to work, playing video games, doing stuff with friends, eating food, and sometimes even masturbating (xd) are all good time consuming things that can keep your mind off drugs. Soon you'll be used to living life normally (sober) and you won't feel as empty just because you aren't high, drunk, tripping, etc.[/quote]
I still do all the same stuff that I did before I smoked everyday like soccer cooking work etc. i just like doing them not sober more.
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lol -7 frags and counting probably idk
i'm not wrong though there are literally people who live on some form of medication (like patients with ADD) every day of their lives and it's actually made their lives better as a result

the problem with weed and long term alcohol usage is that thc causes damage to your hippocampus which impacts your learning esp if you're still growing (i.e. a teenager idk how old you are) and alcohol, well, everyone knows its damage to your liver and higher functioning. there's a study out there i can find that literally shows that significant weed users lower their iq by like five points over the years whereas non-users gain iq. however if you use it sparingly honestly we've all done some stuff and it should be fine. just do your research and make sure you take care of yourself and know what you're getting into.

to clarify sobriety is just a baseline state that gets pretty boring if you arent exercising or choking yourself while whacking off for that "natural high" so there's honestly nothing wrong with doing drugs every day unless it's to deal with a problem you think you might have. think deep and look inside to make sure it's not existentialism or depression or anxiety that's fueling your drug use. if so, make sure to get help and get the right drugs in your system that will actually fix your problems because drugs do squat to help; they just prolong seeking treatment.

otherwise it's probably fine, there are drugs out there that have little to no long term side effects like shrooms so honestly i see nothing wrong with what's going on as long as you do your research, check your drug interactions and make sure you know what you're getting into. it's a good thing that you're self aware of this, but just because you think there's a problem doesn't mean there is one--you could just be a hypochondriac. (oh wait, that is a problem. oh well.)

there i made my post more constructive

lol -7 frags and counting probably idk
i'm not wrong though there are literally people who live on some form of medication (like patients with ADD) every day of their lives and it's actually made their lives better as a result

the problem with weed and long term alcohol usage is that thc causes damage to your hippocampus which impacts your learning esp if you're still growing (i.e. a teenager idk how old you are) and alcohol, well, everyone knows its damage to your liver and higher functioning. there's a study out there i can find that literally shows that significant weed users lower their iq by like five points over the years whereas non-users gain iq. however if you use it sparingly honestly we've all done some stuff and it should be fine. just do your research and make sure you take care of yourself and know what you're getting into.

to clarify sobriety is just a baseline state that gets pretty boring if you arent exercising or choking yourself while whacking off for that "natural high" so there's honestly nothing wrong with doing drugs every day unless it's to deal with a problem you think you might have. think deep and look inside to make sure it's not existentialism or depression or anxiety that's fueling your drug use. if so, make sure to get help and get the right drugs in your system that will actually fix your problems because drugs do squat to help; they just prolong seeking treatment.

otherwise it's probably fine, there are drugs out there that have little to no long term side effects like shrooms so honestly i see nothing wrong with what's going on as long as you do your research, check your drug interactions and make sure you know what you're getting into. it's a good thing that you're self aware of this, but just because you think there's a problem doesn't mean there is one--you could just be a hypochondriac. (oh wait, that [i]is[/i] a problem. oh well.)

there i made my post more constructive
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distractionlol -7 frags and counting probably idk
i'm not wrong though there are literally people who live on some form of medication (like patients with ADD) every day of their lives and it's actually made their lives better as a result

the problem with weed and long term alcohol usage is that thc causes damage to your hippocampus which impacts your learning esp if you're still growing (i.e. a teenager idk how old you are) and alcohol, well, everyone knows its damage to your liver and higher functioning. there's a study out there i can find that literally shows that significant weed users lower their iq by like five points over the years whereas non-users gain iq. however if you use it sparingly honestly we've all done some stuff and it should be fine. just do your research and make sure you take care of yourself and know what you're getting into.

to clarify sobriety is just a baseline state that gets pretty boring if you arent exercising or choking yourself while whacking off for that "natural high" so there's honestly nothing wrong with doing drugs every day unless it's to deal with a problem you think you might have. think deep and look inside to make sure it's not existentialism or depression or anxiety that's fueling your drug use. if so, make sure to get help and get the right drugs in your system that will actually fix your problems because drugs do squat to help; they just prolong seeking treatment.

otherwise it's probably fine, there are drugs out there that have little to no long term side effects like shrooms so honestly i see nothing wrong with what's going on as long as you do your research, check your drug interactions and make sure you know what you're getting into. it's a good thing that you're self aware of this, but just because you think there's a problem doesn't mean there is one--you could just be a hypochondriac. (oh wait, that is a problem. oh well.)

there i made my post more constructive

I appreciate your input, but please stop.

[quote=distraction]lol -7 frags and counting probably idk
i'm not wrong though there are literally people who live on some form of medication (like patients with ADD) every day of their lives and it's actually made their lives better as a result

the problem with weed and long term alcohol usage is that thc causes damage to your hippocampus which impacts your learning esp if you're still growing (i.e. a teenager idk how old you are) and alcohol, well, everyone knows its damage to your liver and higher functioning. there's a study out there i can find that literally shows that significant weed users lower their iq by like five points over the years whereas non-users gain iq. however if you use it sparingly honestly we've all done some stuff and it should be fine. just do your research and make sure you take care of yourself and know what you're getting into.

to clarify sobriety is just a baseline state that gets pretty boring if you arent exercising or choking yourself while whacking off for that "natural high" so there's honestly nothing wrong with doing drugs every day unless it's to deal with a problem you think you might have. think deep and look inside to make sure it's not existentialism or depression or anxiety that's fueling your drug use. if so, make sure to get help and get the right drugs in your system that will actually fix your problems because drugs do squat to help; they just prolong seeking treatment.

otherwise it's probably fine, there are drugs out there that have little to no long term side effects like shrooms so honestly i see nothing wrong with what's going on as long as you do your research, check your drug interactions and make sure you know what you're getting into. it's a good thing that you're self aware of this, but just because you think there's a problem doesn't mean there is one--you could just be a hypochondriac. (oh wait, that [i]is[/i] a problem. oh well.)

there i made my post more constructive[/quote] I appreciate your input, but please stop.
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#13
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okay i dont know what you want out of this thread then enjoy your addictions

okay i dont know what you want out of this thread then enjoy your addictions
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distractioni'm not wrong though there are literally people who live on some form of medication (like patients with ADD) every day of their lives and it's actually made their lives better as a result

There's a big difference between proper medication for diagnosed medical issues, and getting high or drunk because you feel like it. Not all drugs are addictive and not all put you at serious risk for permanent damage, but plenty do on both, and even just their habits can be an issue in daily life. And either way, feeling like they're a problem and wanting to quit/cut back is completely valid.

Like seriously, if the dude's concerned about getting high / drinking too much, you should know that saying "yeah but how much is too much? it probably won't kill you so just do even more lmao" isn't the right response.

[quote=distraction]i'm not wrong though there are literally people who live on some form of medication (like patients with ADD) every day of their lives and it's actually made their lives better as a result[/quote]
There's a big difference between proper medication for diagnosed medical issues, and getting high or drunk because you feel like it. Not all drugs are addictive and not all put you at serious risk for permanent damage, but plenty do on both, and even just their habits can be an issue in daily life. And either way, feeling like they're a problem and wanting to quit/cut back is completely valid.

Like seriously, if the dude's concerned about getting high / drinking too much, you should know that saying "yeah but how much is too much? it [i]probably[/i] won't kill you so just do even more lmao" isn't the right response.
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if you read the post that's what i'm saying--do your research and learn to gauge yourself so that you understand what kinds of damages you're getting into; i never encouraged him to take more and even told him the risks of doing too much weed. his concern is legitimate, but it could literally just be that--a concern. if he has the self-awareness then he is probably responsible enough to stop on his own.

if that's what you think you should do, trust your own judgment and do that. just don't worry too much about it, is what i'm saying. did you just want us to reaffirm what you think you need to do? okay, then lay off the drugs for a few days and see how you feel. if you were really out of control, you wouldn't be posting here anyways.

if you read the post that's what i'm saying--do your research and learn to gauge yourself so that you understand what kinds of damages you're getting into; i never encouraged him to take more and even told him the risks of doing too much weed. his concern is legitimate, but it could literally just be that--a concern. if he has the self-awareness then he is probably responsible enough to stop on his own.

if that's what you think you should do, trust your own judgment and do that. just don't worry too much about it, is what i'm saying. did you just want us to reaffirm what you think you need to do? okay, then lay off the drugs for a few days and see how you feel. if you were really out of control, you wouldn't be posting here anyways.
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btw mecha is banned so i'm posting this for him:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Deg7VrpHbM

btw mecha is banned so i'm posting this for him:
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Deg7VrpHbM]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Deg7VrpHbM[/url]
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#17
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distractionbtw mecha is banned so i'm posting this for him:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Deg7VrpHbM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njiAlopzFYU

[quote=distraction]btw mecha is banned so i'm posting this for him:
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Deg7VrpHbM]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Deg7VrpHbM[/url][/quote]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njiAlopzFYU
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LOL

LOL
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addiction is scary, the best advice is to just stop

it's ridiculously difficult and i understand that, but force yourself. you are always stronger than your addiction if you want to be.

im sure the vast majority of the community will stand by you in your efforts if you choose to let us offer our help, here are some national organizations/hotlines that specialize in addiction treatment

National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Alcohol Rehab Hotline

Hope this helps, stay strong & safe friend

addiction is scary, the best advice is to just stop

it's ridiculously difficult and i understand that, but force yourself. you are always stronger than your addiction if you want to be.

im sure the vast majority of the community will stand by you in your efforts if you choose to let us offer our help, here are some national organizations/hotlines that specialize in addiction treatment

[url=https://www.naatp.org/]National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers[/url]
[url=https://www.naadac.org/]National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors[/url]
[url=https://www.drugabuse.gov/]National Institute on Drug Abuse[/url]
[url=https://aidinrecovery.com/alcohol-rehab/?utm_source=g&utm_campaign=g38&utm_medium=c&utm_content=0196A00001&gclid=Cj0KEQjw8tbHBRC6rLS024qYjtEBEiQA7wIDeURU-mZtFcy_CltUzAOvAOmPbgm7S2MTJprn8RmJq8waAoNR8P8HAQ]Alcohol Rehab Hotline[/url]

Hope this helps, stay strong & safe friend
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If you have an addictive personality, and it seems like you do from how you are just getting off on whatever comes your way (it seems like the very experience of inebriation is what you enjoy). You should probably quit cold turkey. I had a similar predicament.

Long before I even decided to quit weed, I realized I was badly habituated to it by the fact that I would get myself high successively after coming down and just trying to 'stay' buzzed. If you are doing this kind of shit you are clearly in danger of wasting your money and time. Give it up and just use your energy on something productive.

Weed feels like crap. The only parts I liked where the feeling you get during the first hit and the initial buzz. Then being high itself is fucking lame because I just sit and stare and think and do nothing at worst, or I flip through random YT vids like I have super ADHD at best, both activities wasting an entire hour I could have spent doing something useful and then like a retard I would toke up again immediately after, thinking I will somehow have a good time despite just wasting my time. So basically I was spending good money simply to get a rush that lasts 2 minutes and then spend the interim time waiting for up to an hour for it come off so you can get another brief nice feel. NOT FUCKING WORTH IT!

So it was simple for me to quit since I really didn't need it. If you have friends that smoke weed, you may have to cut them off if you are highly addictive like me as they will serve to merely enable your addiction or present an ever present risk of recidivism. I straight up had to bundle all my paraphernalia together and chuck them deep in the woods so I would have no means of getting back no matter how strong any temptations or cravings I have might be. Also had to straight up just never talk to a bunch of people ever again to make sure I don't get tempted to go back or start smoking again since I am actually seriously intent on going cold turkey and I don't want to even risk a fuck up considering how easy it would be for me to start doing it all over again.

If you have an addictive personality, and it seems like you do from how you are just getting off on whatever comes your way (it seems like the very experience of inebriation is what you enjoy). You should probably quit cold turkey. I had a similar predicament.

Long before I even decided to quit weed, I realized I was badly habituated to it by the fact that I would get myself high successively after coming down and just trying to 'stay' buzzed. If you are doing this kind of shit you are clearly in danger of wasting your money and time. Give it up and just use your energy on something productive.

Weed feels like crap. The only parts I liked where the feeling you get during the first hit and the initial buzz. Then being high itself is fucking lame because I just sit and stare and think and do nothing at worst, or I flip through random YT vids like I have super ADHD at best, both activities wasting an entire hour I could have spent doing something useful and then like a retard I would toke up again immediately after, thinking I will somehow have a good time despite just wasting my time. So basically I was spending good money simply to get a rush that lasts 2 minutes and then spend the interim time waiting for up to an hour for it come off so you can get another brief nice feel. NOT FUCKING WORTH IT!

So it was simple for me to quit since I really didn't need it. If you have friends that smoke weed, you may have to cut them off if you are highly addictive like me as they will serve to merely enable your addiction or present an ever present risk of recidivism. I straight up had to bundle all my paraphernalia together and chuck them deep in the woods so I would have no means of getting back no matter how strong any temptations or cravings I have might be. Also had to straight up just never talk to a bunch of people ever again to make sure I don't get tempted to go back or start smoking again since I am actually seriously intent on going cold turkey and I don't want to even risk a fuck up considering how easy it would be for me to start doing it all over again.
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#21
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god bless pankeyman for an actual insightful and helpful post

god bless pankeyman for an actual insightful and helpful post
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distractionjust cycle through all the drugs so you never get addicted to any of them but you're never really sober either

sobriety is a constant hell why would you ever want to be sober for anything other than a drug test
also get checked to make sure you dont have underlying issues besides your drug abuse

this is the dumbest thing i've read today that's for sure

dont do this, see a therapist instead

[quote=distraction]just cycle through all the drugs so you never get addicted to any of them but you're never really sober either

sobriety is a constant hell why would you ever want to be sober for anything other than a drug test
also get checked to make sure you dont have underlying issues besides your drug abuse[/quote]

this is the dumbest thing i've read today that's for sure

dont do this, see a therapist instead
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#23
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I don't smoke weed anymore all I need is fragging juice in the mornings.

I don't smoke weed anymore all I need is fragging juice in the mornings.
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distractionthe problem with weed and long term alcohol usage is that thc causes damage to your hippocampus which impacts your learning

there's a study out there i can find that literally shows that significant weed users lower their iq

guess you've been injecting marijuanas directly into you hipocampus for many many many many many years

[quote=distraction]the problem with weed and long term alcohol usage is that thc causes damage to your hippocampus which impacts your learning

there's a study out there i can find that literally shows that significant weed users lower their iq[/quote]

guess you've been injecting marijuanas directly into you hipocampus for many many many many [b]many[/b] years
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bknI still do all the same stuff that I did before I smoked everyday like soccer cooking work etc. i just like doing them not sober more.

Doing drugs as a recreational activity isn't that bad IMO but when you get to the point where you're regularly high while doing everyday stuff that you would normally do sober, it's gonna be bad. If it becomes a part of your routine it will become a lot harder to stop because humans are creatures of habit. Something I think works is making an agreement with yourself whereby you have to earn being high. Like okay I'm not gonna smoke until I've done x y and z of the things I need to do, and after that light it up. And try vary the things that you do when you're not sober cos again if you get used to doing something while you're in a certain state, you're gonna want to be like that every time you do it. Balance is the key to life.

[quote=bkn]
I still do all the same stuff that I did before I smoked everyday like soccer cooking work etc. i just like doing them not sober more.[/quote]
Doing drugs as a recreational activity isn't that bad IMO but when you get to the point where you're regularly high while doing everyday stuff that you would normally do sober, it's gonna be bad. If it becomes a part of your routine it will become a lot harder to stop because humans are creatures of habit. Something I think works is making an agreement with yourself whereby you have to earn being high. Like okay I'm not gonna smoke until I've done x y and z of the things I need to do, and after that light it up. And try vary the things that you do when you're not sober cos again if you get used to doing something while you're in a certain state, you're gonna want to be like that every time you do it. Balance is the key to life.
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#26
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I second the drugs are so good they'll ruin your life. Spent my 25th xfaded as fuck and on shrooms. I had a lot of great thoughts and experiences but towards the end I kept telling myself don't keep going down this rabbit hole.

I second the drugs are so good they'll ruin your life. Spent my 25th xfaded as fuck and on shrooms. I had a lot of great thoughts and experiences but towards the end I kept telling myself don't keep going down this rabbit hole.
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#27
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Distraction the more you post the less respected you become

Distraction the more you post the less respected you become
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#28
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I knew being a sub open player for too long would lead you to drugs :(

I knew being a sub open player for too long would lead you to drugs :(
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#29
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As most of the people said already, the best advise is to stop, nothing else. I've wasted almost a year of my life when I was 20-21 almost constantly being on JWH and after some time it felt like half of my brain died. It felt good, but I started realizing that I'm literally unable to work, study and talk to people at some point. It started super nice, especially first several mounths when I tried it for the first time. And then it took me almost a year to get all the shit together after I gave up. Trust me, you don't want this. I'm clean for almost 3 years now, got married, everything is super smooth and well, thanks to my friends. I dunno what kind of stuff you are on, but please stop, its not worth it. Some people get this bad even with alcohol.

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As most of the people said already, the best advise is to stop, nothing else. I've wasted almost a year of my life when I was 20-21 almost constantly being on JWH and after some time it felt like half of my brain died. It felt good, but I started realizing that I'm literally unable to work, study and talk to people at some point. It started super nice, especially first several mounths when I tried it for the first time. And then it took me almost a year to get all the shit together after I gave up. Trust me, you don't want this. I'm clean for almost 3 years now, got married, everything is super smooth and well, thanks to my friends. I dunno what kind of stuff you are on, but please stop, its not worth it. Some people get this bad even with alcohol.

[spoiler]i'm still an open player, though
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#30
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A lot of good stuff has been said, but i'd like to add that if you aren't ashamed/afraid of telling, let loved ones, friends, etc know what you are going through for help.

Also hit up with people that have gone through the same stuff for advice as well

A lot of good stuff has been said, but i'd like to add that if you aren't ashamed/afraid of telling, let loved ones, friends, etc know what you are going through for help.


Also hit up with people that have gone through the same stuff for advice as well
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