STOP Smoking Marijuana – Weed Out That Bad Habit Once and For All (Even If You Fall Off the Wagon!)
Wouldn’t it be fantastic if there was a magic button that you could press that would finally help you stop smoking marijuana? Unfortunately nothing in life is quite that easy and many of us find, more often than not, that trying to quit can put you under undue stress and that just makes you want to puff on the green bud even more!
Many people begin their journey to stop smoking weed with no real plan. Does this sound familiar? If you’re really serious about finally quitting, you had better go into this fully prepared. Firstly I believe it is important to get your support network into place. This can be friends or people that you know you can confide in who do not smoke weed and can be that shoulder to cry on when the going gets especially tough. cbd shop hamburg
Along the way many of us fall back into bad habits and end up either puffing on a joint or smoking a bong. The most important thing to do here are is not to beat yourself up over it. Often if you do “fall off the wagon”, self-doubt begins to take over and you believe that you will never ever be able to quit and you can just mark this down as a failure. You know yourself with this attitude you will never achieve your goal. Treat this as a simple relapse and make a note of why you believe you smoked that joint. If it was due to being put in a certain situation or because of certain emotions, you should do your best to avoid those situations/emotions in the future or find another way to deal with them. Be creative here and think about what you can do to make a real difference!
No one particularly wants to be clock watching or in this case calendar watching when trying to stop smoking marijuana. However I believe it is important to reward yourself along the way and mark off special events or milestones you have reached. I often find that focusing on timescales such as my first week, my first month, etc can be extremely motivational. Another great goal to aim for is monetary. When you initially quit put the money that you would usually spend on weed into a jar. Therefore on a daily, weekly and monthly basis your jar should be filling up with money. Think about rewarding yourself with certain treats once you have reached $100, $500 or $1000.
Finally if you really want to stop smoking weed it is important for you to remove temptation. Should you have any lighters, Rizla papers, Bongs, matches, pipes, I suggest you get rid of them straight away. Having many of these items dotted around the house will only serve as a reminder and can make it hell when you try to stop smoking marijuana.