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5 Things You Only Know If Your Boyfriend Is Addicted To Weed
By Sarah Abell. I have been seeing my partner, Duncan for almost six years. I am 29 and he is Everything was normal, we'd socialise, he was happy and we fell in love. I didn't even realise until he began to smoke very heavily that he had a problem and it started to affect our relationship. I am now at breaking point. We have broken up numerous times over the last six years. Every row comes down to the cannabis - Duncan's moody and antisocial; we have had a few violent fights and the police have been involved on a few of the worst occasions. It affects my self-confidence, as when he's high, he's distant and not particularly loving. I feel I don't get much emotional support from him and when we argue he simply escapes into a weed filled haze.
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My boyfriend has been tossing and turning for hours and has finally crept out of bed into the dead of night, ripped a bong and slid back under the covers without trying to wake me. But my nose twitches. He is a self-confessed drug addict. I have absolutely no idea when my boyfriend is stoned. Naturally I smoke now and again, so I know the signs, but I frequently witness him smoking and then carrying out everyday activities which I and many others would be unable to do.
My boyfriend is addicted to cannabis
Cannabinoids , dude. Look it up! But marijuana, which cures cancer, alleviates mental illness and keeps you moist, is not a real drug. In the final three years of my addiction, I was obsessed with weed, spent all my free money on it and panicked when I was out or running low. I lied; I stole; I bogarted.