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    If you feel yourself or a loved one are in need of professional medical based rehab for either marijuana use or any other drug dependence or co-occurring mental disorder then please feel free to consult our rehab center referral directory. Our directory listings cover every state in North America and include information such as the type of treatment offered, official accreditation and any specialization each individual rehab service provider may offer as many specialize in their own unique fields and in providing their own custom services. Every provider can vary significantly so make sure you research any perspective recovery center thoroughly and that they meet your own unique individual needs.

    Choosing the right provider can very often mean the difference between success or failure as an adolescent teen can have such extremely different needs to a mature individual or a person suffering from a co morbid mental health related issue and therefore can be in need of a completely different type of therapy and treatment program.

    You wouldn’t want your brain operated on by a heart surgeon or vice versa and the same is as true for drug addiction treatment, just as with any other type of medical treatment one size definitely does not fit all. Always research as thoroughly as you can beforehand what kind of treatment provider is going to meet your needs, make sure you do your background research both online and off and call and question a number of different providers.

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    Sunshine

    Sunshine's Quit Blog

    Urgh, so having a stinking cold virus and quitting cannabis at the same time make for feeling very rough. My respiratory tract is coming back to life after a couple of days abstaining,

    Sunshine Today, 03:31 AM Go to last post
    Alice

    Quitting Marijuana and Tobacco at the same time (including poppers)

    Lol Kasper, thank you for your kind words. It is always a joy to read how people progress and develop.

    I am not sure that I am going to surprise you, but I will try to share my perspective, particularly with the spiritual and developmental side of things.

    Firstly, I think you should definitely go and spend time with your friend. It

    Alice Today, 01:48 AM Go to last post
    Kasper

    Day 14

    Hi Alice,

    I've been reading the other forums and noticed your wisdom on many of them, and I wanted to thank you on behalf of everyone (not that I'm qualified to do that) , but at least wanted to express my gratitude

    Kasper Today, 01:06 AM Go to last post
    Alice

    Sunshine's Quit Blog

    Hi Sunshine,

    Not wishy washy at all. You answered my question completely. I guess I just wanted to know what your purpose was for your journal, and whether you were hoping for more support. My intuition was to just leave you write

    Alice Yesterday, 11:44 PM Go to last post
    Sunshine

    Sunshine's Quit Blog

    Hi Alice,

    At the moment I'm feeling fairly emotionally stable and using the forum more as a virtual diary for my thoughts than feeling the need for 'support' as such (though admittedly that could

    Sunshine Yesterday, 11:06 PM Go to last post
    Alice

    Slogging through Misery - Quitter's Journal

    Hi Busted,

    I will wait for CRA to weigh in on the issue, but as far as I am concerned you are welcome to post here. It is true what you say though. . . you aren't invested in quitting permanently, so you

    Alice Yesterday, 10:03 PM Go to last post
    BustedWagon

    Slogging through Misery - Quitter's Journal

    Greetings.

    I apologize to all of you. I probably shouldn't be on this board anyway. It's not helpful for people seriously changing their lives to see posts like mine that are not as serious. You're all trying to quit for good, and

    BustedWagon Yesterday, 09:43 PM Go to last post
    Alice

    Quitting Marijuana and Tobacco at the same time (including poppers)

    Hi Kasper,

    Sounds like a very precarious situation you got into with those friends of yours. As much as I agree with your idea that sometimes it is good to face these temptations head on from the beginning, I think

    Alice Yesterday, 07:46 PM Go to last post
    Alice

    Sunshine's Quit Blog

    Hi Sunshine,

    I must say that it is really great to see how you are growing as a person as you write your journal. I can really see that every time you write, you learn a little bit more about yourself and

    Alice Yesterday, 07:34 PM Go to last post
    Alice

    422 Days Clean

    Hi One,

    Great to hear from you! And congrats on 422 days clean. That is amazing

    I know what you mean about those psychological cravings for just one hit of weed. In my situation, I generally have a very solid thought process

    Alice Yesterday, 07:22 PM Go to last post
    Sunshine

    Sunshine's Quit Blog

    So yesterday I took some steps towards moving on from life with my toxic ex and have felt very empowered today as a result. Empowerment is good in a 'trying to beat an addiction' situation I think 🤔

    Sunshine Yesterday, 06:18 PM Go to last post
    One

    422 Days Clean

    Hi Everyone,

    I need to post. I am 422 days clean and have rebuilt my life somewhat as well as my mental function. I am starting to slip back into old patterns of behaviour

    One Yesterday, 11:18 AM Go to last post
    Sunshine

    Sunshine's Quit Blog

    So I've realised in order to tackle my weed addiction and get off it once and for all, I need to tackle the other major craps in my life, the main one being the dysfunctional

    Sunshine 12-13-2017, 07:48 PM Go to last post
    Sunshine

    Sunshine's Quit Blog

    So have had a bit of time away from the site as was feeling like a constant disappointment with my Jekyll and Hyde self; full on commitment (or not) to quitting one second then smoking the next.

    I have smoked

    Sunshine 12-13-2017, 06:38 PM Go to last post
    Kasper

    Day 12

    Hey Zee,

    Thanks for your input. I know I'm not the only one that is addicted to addictions and want to be free from them period and tobacco is a heaviest of hitters for me. For sure they're linked,

    Kasper 12-13-2017, 12:16 PM Go to last post
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    Before we start with the formal list:

    Our Rehab support group/forum is NOT a substitute for professional medical advice and we will not be held accountable for any advice given, if you have decided to try and quit drugs without the help of a professional treatment program then you are responsible for your own health during this process and should you encounter a problem that requires professional medical advice or treatment then it is your responsibility to seek it.

    We are NOT a formal or professional drug detox program and if you require such a program then we recommend that you either call the national treatment network on 888-367-2056 if you live in the US, or search online for whatever treatment options are available to you depending on your health care system and part of the world you live in.

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