7 Women On What Its Like To Be A Girl Who Smokes Weed

The reality is, «medical marijuana» was always just a cover to adapt society to legalization. Does marijuana potentially have medical applications? When I started dating my gf she didn’t like that I smoked like I do. Eventually she grew over it and it doesn’t bother her anymore. Many people smoke pot and think it’s no big deal. Most of them would laugh at the suggestion that marijuana addiction could possibly apply to them.

They smell like weed all the time

This kind of hurt but I just blew past it at the time. I met my friend a few years ago, before pot entered the picture. We shared a lot of common interests and really liked hanging out, talking, going places, and sharing things with each other we had never told anyone else. It felt great to be in the company of someone I could trust and talk openly with, on any subject at all. From what I can see, is pretty well off. I’m married but we don’t have any kids.

He is also a social worker and deals with his post work stress by completely zoning out from the world. It was hard for someone as extroverted, outgoing and full energy to compromise on his actions, when he is not willing to do the same. I never thought of it being his dependency on weed but based on this article, it truly is. You can get started on the app with just your Facebook profile. From there, you can find singles, friends, and professional contacts — chat with others in groups, check out reviews, post photos, and even find local dispensaries.

Smoke Weed Every Day: From Recreational Use to Dependence

I was dating a pot smoker on and off for 10 years. He started when he was a teenager and never graduated high school. He doesn’t think there is anything wrong with smoking weed. He tells me it’s good for my depression and encourages me to smoke, even though I told him I want to stop smoking so much. Every date, 95% of them, we will smoke pot together. I have never been with him on a totally sober day.


I may not be in the worst situation as we aren’t married and have no kids. Needless to say, after committing seven years of my life to a relationship that I truly believed in, the decision is not easy. We lived in a foreign country and after I quit my first job, I stuggled to find another. We’ve spent all my short savings and his salary wasn’t enough for us to live comfortably. After a few months I decided to go back home and study, as I left home just after graduating school and had no degree. Now, we are both home for the summer and it is clear he is using regularly.

Please keep the rules of r/dating_advice in mind while participating here. BUT, I am not here to change people’s lives or tell them how to live it. You might accidentally eat a pot brownie. Or if he’s a jerk, he might sneak you some or make you feel like a total prude for not wanting to smoke up.

Dating as an ENM man in 2023

I know I shouldn’t hate people for it but it really gets under my skin and I just need advice on what to do. I’ve tried making myself not care about what my boyfriend does but I love him so much that I want to care and I want to see him be around better people. Every guy I have dated has smoked pot with their friends. It just never leaves my life… I wish it could. I’m not sure if I am better off being single forever because the thought of him smoking even if he has told me has has quit it just never leaves my mind. My boyfriend is literally the one for me.

I was dating a weed smoker on and off for 2 and a half years. Sometimes he’d stop for periods of time but he always went back, and if stressed would be smoking every day, multiple times a day. A lovely, funny, intelligent man, and then also would go cold emotionally, then distant, crap at communication, couldn’t make plans and then would say that commitment freaked him out. I’m beginning to see that his weed addiction is keeping him in a low energy, moody, fearful place and that because he smoked since he was 13, he is stunted emotionally.

I can easily feel the difference and some changes of his commitment in this relationship since then but I didn’t realize why. I asked him and communicate with him regarding what I felt. He started to act irritably and made some lies to overlap smoking. I trusted him too much so fully believed in his words.

I also feel afraid of telling him this, because I feel like he would once again hide this from me, scared of my reaction. I have heard from his own mouth that he dislikes the persona he is while high, and by the description, its not someone I would love. I know its still ‘him’ but it confusses me so much.