Feeling the euphoria

David (@blisss) 7 years, 9 months ago

Am a junior and i’ve been smoking pot since the second semester of my freshmen year, i remember having a blast of fun but months later i started to notice that i dont feel that high fun feeling. I dont even feel the munchies. I just feel antisocial and sleepy and things that are supposed to be fun, dont feel like fun. I’ve tooken over a month of a tolerance break and i smoked again and it still isnt the same as it was when i started. Am worried that pot will just never be the same again. And all it would do is make the high unfun. any advice???

November 16, 2014 at 12:58 pm
Ellie (1,363)M (@tangledupinplaid21) 7 years, 9 months ago ago

Maybe you’ve gotten all you can get out of it and now it no longer serves you. I was just having a conversation about this recently. This seems to happen to people a lot (including myself), you smoke/enjoy weed for a while and then one day your relationship with it changes into something that is no longer enjoyable. When that happened to me I resisted it for a while and still forced myself to smoke, but nowadays I just avoid it for the most part. It saves money and I’m not all tired and slow from always getting high so that’s nice.

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YHVH (462) (@spaceghost) 7 years, 9 months ago ago

Bingo was his name-o

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 7 years, 9 months ago ago

Ever heard of chasing the dragon? Yeah- its that way with every drug. Except salvia.

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Martijn Schirp (112,780)A (@martijn) 7 years, 9 months ago ago

With every action in your life you it is your responsibility over your gift of life to decide whether actions will serve you and others, or whether is destructive. And these decisions are always very hard, they involve trade-offs and unforeseen consequences and results. But using this as a guide then it seems to me you simply need to stop smoking for a while and start really investing time in yourself with discipline and joy.

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Emily (0) (@sunflowerchild) 7 years, 9 months ago ago

I went through the same exact thing. It bothered me for a while, because I loved smoking with my friends. Then one day, I realized I could have just as much fun hanging out with my friends who were smoking if I didn’t participate. Going through my pothead phase really helped open my eyes to the person I want to be, and changed my view on a lot of things in life, for the better. I no longer need to smoke to feel a lot of the “high” that I once needed weed to feel. I still smoke at shows, because I still swear by it in terms of enhancing live music, but otherwise, I no longer need it. I think this happens to a lot of people.

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MattyP123# (0) (@UniverseJourneyman) 7 years, 9 months ago ago

Tolerance breaks. Brings the magic back, the body processes the drug naturally as given example by cannaboid receptors within the brain. If you quit for a month, week, even day, you will get noticeably higher.

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