How did you stop your weed addiction?

I had to see 2 things at once.

First, weed has always been valuable to me for specific reasons.

It’s been too easy to enjoy its value at the expense of other values.

And seeing my other important values held back made me try to quit weed so many times . . . though I always failed.

What changed everything was simply sharing my story over time.

Sharing allowed me to see both why I love weed and also all those other good things too much weed infringed upon and hindered.

Through sharing my story, I faced my addiction, my perspective changed, and weed is no longer something I lose control to.

Everything I do seems to fail. Even though I look on the bright side, it seems I’m no good at all. Makes me think the world would be the same if I didn’t exist. How do I get better even after trying extremely hard at everything?

A 22-year-old says, “Hey, I’ve fully tried every religion and philosophy there is. How come I can’t find Ultimate Reality or inner peace?”

Notice how on the Roadrunner cartoon the coyote only tries each costly contraption once. Continue reading