Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. You end up sitting there looking at someone who's in their own world and just talks nonsense about things that mean nothing in the real world. Plus they always tended to ruin most things for me..
I don't see why people get hooked on it or need to do it frequently. On the other hand, jail time for simple possession isn't right either. Marijuana in many ways can stunt your psychological maturity in addition to the other health risks involved.
I don't believe it does you any good from a health perspective and personally don't understand what is so great about the high you get from it. I dated someone for 3 yrs who smoked pot frequently and it always annoyed me. After my experiences I doubt I would ever want to get seriously involved with someone who smoked pot.
I couldn't be around his circle of friends bc they all enjoyed smoking it and i felt uncomfortable. Alchohol is a terrible drug and should never have been legalized. I still don't hold it against a person...everyone is entitled to make their own choices in life.
Twelve yrs later he is still using it almost daily although he is intelligent and very productive in his life. Unfortunately it was and it has become a part of society to the point that there is no going back. And I may date someone..I don't think I would get in a committed relationship again with someone who smoked.
I suppose i don't understand why someone depends on pot to "unwind" every night. Why make the same mistake for another drug (whether it is safer or not). I have a question....bf 's son is gone for the summer and he has really picked up on his smoking..I don't feel like I can fuss since he doesn't bring up my drinking....
I think a relationship between a pot user and a non user will eventually have some issues to deal with, especially if kids come into the picture. Should I just hang around and see if it drops off when his son gets back?
My ex was a heavy user, and to be honest, it did become an issue. So my preference would be "no" unless my "bone marrow hums" As with everyone... I decided the "lifestyle" that went along with this past-time wasn't my cup of tea..I was 21'ish it was daily thing.in sick from work... didn't really do ANYTHING with my life but "chill out". Sitting in a 30 yr old's parents dark basement in front of the nastiest coffee table (you all know know the table - the weedbit/rolling paper/lighters/ash trays full of roaches) and I thought.. I don't do it, my ex did..we first got together it didn't consciously bother me, but somewhere during the course of our relationship it started to bug me, and then it became a huge issue for me.
Occasional is one thing, but 5-6 a day is excessive. sit around with a bunch of people rolling and smoking and then talking/laughing about stupid things that meant absolutely nothing in the real world. It seemed like (I'm not saying it was, but it seemed like it to me) that it became a central focus in her life, like she always had some on her or she knew where there was some at home or she had to worry about picking some up before she ran out or she had run out and now she had to run out at midnight to get some. I know habits are hard to kick guys and I know that you want us to understand that this is you and you can only quit this stuff for you, but you need to understand that for those of us that aren't into this lifestyle, it's painful to be locked in the prison of your habits and watch you doing this to yourselves..us.
That said, some of my friends smoke pot and that doesn't bother me in the slightest - so long as they don't smoke it around me because the smell makes me nauseous.
But I will never date another girl that has these kind of addictions, too much pain. I've tried it twice when I was much younger and it wasn't for me but also waited till I was in college and knew what I was getting myself into.
How many pot heads can say they actually have the slightest clue what pot does to their body?!?