1. I’ve been smoking every day for ten years and for the past 3ish years just after 9pm usually, but still burned it down hard. I’m currently on day 15 no smoking and it gets tough during the times I’m used to smoking. I want to be the best me and am committed to not smoking and don’t plan on setting a smoking date or completion date until I feel like I can handle just once or twice a month. I’m starting to eat better, but times are still tough and get emotional. For me the worst part is my imagination. I often feel like I’m about to lose all my friends and no one wants to be around “non smoking David” anymore, and thinking about that makes me want to smoke, but I don’t. Not sure when things get easier, but I’ve been trying to have a better relationship with God and pray and journal on a daily basis. Good luck to all you out there.

  2. Hay bro it's my 2th time I'm quitting smoking pot Mann last time I went 2 months without smoking but then had back issue and went back on it
    The weed is not made for me as I get upset stomach after a while when I small heaps
    I personally love weed but I love my health too bro so good luck to U and I need a luck I was a guy that didn't need anything to be happy as I was happy and smile all the time I Wana be happy natruly not fake happiness

  3. In the past I quit weed for 6 months, my advice is cut off friends who smoke weed too because they are addicted and you don't want that energy around you physically.

  4. Yeah I don't believe him he wore the same clothes every day, this was all shot in one day!! And I just don't believe he really was ever into smoking, he is just smart enough to cap on some views, I don't have a problem with the help, I just don't like the deception!!

  5. You quit it basically because you don’t need it, For me i rather smoke everyday because i have anger issues. And it doesn’t affect my social life because i was born anti social. So don’t make it sound that bad smoking weed. Ty

  6. thankful for you! for me I started bc of pain. I have to really face pain physically and emotionally and I’m not gonna lie it’s scary but recently I was like oh wait who am I? I’m strong af. My plan is to do gradually and use cbd, meditation, journaling to manage pain as I withdrawal.

  7. Finishing up day 1. A day of anxiety, feeling shame and that something bad will happen, and absolutely zero appetite (didn't eat anything at all). Feel cold and sweaty. Cried a couple of times. Also coming off a hangover too.

  8. This was an epic video thank you. Yes nothing wrong with weed I love it but I also love to try quit for longer and longer periods or at least taking breaks I find it is very beneficial in all ways.

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