Monday, November 19

Yesterday I took one puff out of a friend’s joint.

It fascinates me that Canada now legalizes marijuana. I used to be a major pot smoker in my late teens and early twenties. But I tapered off due to the anxiety that resulted. Even though anxiety resulted after smoking weed, I still took part in the action based on friend’s involvement and personal addiction with the substance.

I eventually stopped completely, but yesterday I took a puff.

I felt mildly off for the rest of the day. This eventually caught up to me later in the evening when my old anxious self took over. My mental strength collapsed and I was no longer clear. With all of that being said, I got back to my routine today and I once again feel good and strong.

So why does this happen? Is it just my own personal biochemical makeup that cannot handle the stuff? Or is there a deeper routed problem that the weed is telling me? I’m so fascinated by what this substance does to me and I’m sure their are thousands of similar yet different stories out there that can relate.

Author: Learning Life

"Learning Life" features information that I gather from reading, writing, and other people. The knowledge that I seek is how to become the best version of myself in all areas of my life. We all want to live our best lives, so lets learn and share what we discover, together.

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