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  1. Day 7 now and I feel so goooood! I changed like 11 sweaty t-shirts in the first 3 days during the nights…it was crazy man but we can overcome everything! <3 I forgot to add that I eat like a crazy man and I'm super skinny …I CAN EAT A BUFFALO RIGHT NOW , thats how hungry I'm and it's 3AM but self control is everything <3

  2. I’m on day 3.. this video validates everything I was feeling smoking. Never thought I would say this but I don’t ever want to smoke again. Simply because the pleasure from it is not worth the physiological effects of it

  3. It's okay to smoke weed it's just not okay to be a stoner. Stupid fucking Stoners give marijuana smokers a bad name I still completely function without fucking any responsibilities off and I smoke weed million times a day every fucking day it's just that I'm getting sick and tired of being stoned and when I'm sober I feel good actually that's why I'm here but only lane stoners fuck their life off over weed

  4. Smoked for 24 years im 39. People if u cant control it like me.quit it. Its slowly dims the soul spirit and creativity. Im losing weight sometimes i cry because i dimmed my emotions for so long. It steals years of your life. Power to everyone on ur healing journey. Bless ✊

  5. I appreciate your honesty. Great video. Thanks mate. To everyone trying to quit think of the benefits to quitting. Do a pro a con list why to quit.

  6. Awesome info man and congrats on losin another 3 pounds, some is better than none and dont be intimidated by the scale thing its just a number, youve got a healthy mind set and a good attitude and thats whats essential to becoming the best version of yourself. Keep it up! Best of love and wisdom to ya!

  7. I didnt have any negative effects smoking weed(i smoked 2 2-3 gram blunts daily), but I just found out that I was falling for peer pressure easy af…all I needed was someone to pass it to me and I'd smoke it… I smoked on my own but it wasnt bc of an urge it was a way to relax and kickback, once I just started meditating and calming down I just told my friends that they were peer pressuring me then they realized it too and didnt pass it to me anymore….now I'm 2 weeks without weed, the longest ive stopped before is 3 months and I saved a LOT of money. I got high with my brother I hadn't seen in months on a independence day (ironic lol) and I said fuck it and started smoking again…that was 2 years ago, this time it's like a test of willpower. I'm quitting weed and cigarettes drinking and over eating… I've already quit eating and weed now it's just cigs. I wanna get back to that point where no substance had a grip on me and I learned to substitute those vices for something productive like reading and working out.

  8. Good video man. I’m on day 3 of quitting after smoking daily for 20 plus years. The nights are boring af but I’m trying to push through and get my life back. Your video is inspiring. Thanks 🙏

  9. Very articulate. I broke my stoner habits earlier this year. I used to chain smoke 1-4 blunts a day for 5 years. I’m 23 now and want to live without a fear of being sober.

    It’s frustrating, having no one understand my reasoning for cutting back, or believing I’m just imagining the positive changes, but I’m not. I still believe weed can be good but so far I’ve only found insidious relationships with it.

    Still, I try to find a decent balance with it to occasionally smoke, but anxiety and depression seem to creep up a lot easier when I do.

    I think it’s time for another detox.

    I love weed and had a great run with it, but think it’s time to let my head sort some things out without supplements. I encourage others to consider the same. Thanks for the vid!

  10. I'm a stoner and I agree with you. I fucking hate stoner culture. I'm quitting, but I plan on toking again occasionally. Dave Chappelle and Joe Rogan did some damage (in addition to all the good they've done).

  11. I totally loved you break down and your examples. It’s like a vicious cycle you go thru from trying to decide if it’s working against you or for you ( although if your honest with yourself you know it’s totally working against you). Great video buddy!!🙂👍🏼

  12. good points, and much needed right now for everyone. i also find that its the most seemingly innocuous way to lose years off your life…its been far too many for me.

  13. Been smoking for 6 years. Love this, I'm on day 3 trying to make it to 30. I'm struggling but this helps

  14. Cool video man, very honest when I first started smoking I thought weed had zero side effects because that's how it was at the time but u start noticing the problems later on in the future , finding a plug, spending money on it, being high and not productive and becoming addicted to it without even knowing . There were times when I felt stuck at and ended up getting rid of all my weed stuff and after a few days of not smoking and felt more clear minded and motivated and started working out for like 3 weeks then I thought hey maybe I can still smoke it but be more responsible . So what happened was I still worked out and after wards I would smoke and then everyday I would work out less and less until I completly stopped and was back in the stoner cycle.. It's crazy bro people be like "maaaaan weed ain't addicting ive just been smoking it everyday for the past 10 years and spend 2/3rds of my paycheck on it cause it "calms me"

  15. Always enjoyable to see you speaking from the heart. I'm eagerly awaiting the next video of you trying out scales at a Walmart.

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