It's not become a problem at all, it's actually had no effect in any way, but I just wanted to people's opinion on the entire thing.
My personal story is that before I used to do it like once a month or so, and now it's more like once a week. My sister (Though a bad influence I guess haha) has a card because of her condition (Not really a big deal but got a card anyway) does it with me every time. The first time I tried it was in 6th grade but only started regularly in the last year or two.
I try not to do it that much so I don't build too much of a tolerance because I do like having the option to be completely disconnected from the world, if that makes sense.
Share your opinions!
Most Helpful Girl
I'm not fan of drugs because they kill your brain cells, but each to their own. Just respect the laws and respect how your actions under the influence may put others in danger (like driving) or ya know, lead you to make stupid decisions, and you need to take responsibility for your choices.1
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Most Helpful Guy
It's certainly not the best choice you can make. Staying away from drugs, alcohol and smoking is always a better choice.
Here's the thing. Just because it's not currently a problem doesn't mean it never will be. For one thing, one problem with weed is that it tends to mask what it's doing to you. Another thing is that it's tossing the dice. It might not seem like it's negatively affecting other people you know. But that doesn't mean anything.
Think about it this way. Most people who drive drunk don't get in a wreck. Does that mean drinking and driving is safe? Of course not. They are taking a big risk.
You are putting yourself at risk. You are risking your memory. You are risking your ability to think clearly. You are risking your sanity. You are risking your focus and direction in life. You are risking becoming apathetic and delaying your life.
I was in my early adult life in the 70s when pot use was very heavy. The vast majority of people smoked pot. The vast majority also quit smoking. Why? Why did so many people quit? It's because they saw what it was doing to them. It took some longer than others, but most quit. Some didn't quit. Some seemed to do pretty well in life. Some were complete failures and never got their shit together. Some didn't even live through it.
That doesn't mean terrible things will happen. It just means you are putting a lot at risk. It's your life. Life doesn't need drugs. Life is a great thing in itself. Live it and enjoy it. Being clean is a great high. I've experienced both and being straight is so much better. It's sparkling clean compared to the fog of drugs.
You know. I started losing my memory at a young age, like my late 40s. Many of my friends started losing their memory in their late 40s and early 50s. That didn't happen to any of our parents. It didn't happen to them until they were in their 80s+. Why is such a large number of my generation losing their memory at such a young age? I can't prove it, but I think it's the weed.0