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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.

    Good providers will be happy to talk to you in depth about the exact nature of the treatment plan they offer and answer any questions you may have. While time is always a factor when it comes to saving yourself or a loved one from addiction, never rush into going with a drug rehab provider that you lack faith in or don’t feel comfortable with, we hope you find our referral directory a useful place to start.


    For further assistance with finding a reputable and accredited Rehab Service Provider in the USA you can also call the US Government’s FREE SAMHSA’s National Helpline on 1-800-662-HELP (4357)


    Good luck with your search,


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    Weight gain since quitting marijuana

    Hi there,

    From what I understand, smoking cigarettes and drugs can raise our BMR or basal metabolic rate. When you stop smoking some people can put on some weight but the health benefits

    Alice 06-16-2018, 10:14 PM Go to last post

    Stoped smoking thc

    I have had problems with being over weight my whole life at times alomst 400lbs now im 250lbs, but ive noticed, that since ive stoped smoking the maryjane

    Unregistered 06-14-2018, 08:02 PM Go to last post

    Trying to quit :)

    Hey there Manix,

    Congrats on your quit. As you quite astutely observed, your withdrawal symptoms get better on every attempt. I have experienced this too, with numerous addictions. It does seem that we learn and grow with each attempt. From

    Alice 06-14-2018, 03:26 AM Go to last post

    Trying to quit :)

    Hi everyone,

    I don't want to go into details about my life but I'm a 26 years old student and I've been smoking weed for 4 years now.
    I've decided to quit because I realize that other than the time that I'm stoned and happy, I'm mostly feeling miserable. I also

    manix 06-13-2018, 05:59 PM Go to last post

    Slogging through Misery - Quitter's Journal

    Good luck! One thing that I definitely like about working for myself and with other like minded sole-traders is that I don't have to tick the boxes of a potential employer. I can build the skills

    Alice 06-13-2018, 03:50 AM Go to last post

    Slogging through Misery - Quitter's Journal

    Why work when life is work already?
    Why can this hassle not remain steady?
    We struggle and toil and gripe and moan
    Simply to retain a place to call home.
    This resume for this job type
    This cover letter to add more hype
    We grovel and rewrite and click 'send' and pray
    And yet

    BustedWagon 06-12-2018, 12:00 PM Go to last post

    Slogging through Misery - Quitter's Journal

    Hi Busted,

    Great to hear you are going strong. A month is fantastic! Good for you!

    Sorry I didn’t reply to your last post. Just been busy and the others had kind of stepped up to support

    Alice 06-12-2018, 07:28 AM Go to last post

    Slogging through Misery - Quitter's Journal

    The day of gross.

    First, the drain pipes in the kitchen popped off AGAIN! So I finally took them apart completely to see what the problem was, and to clean them out. Plastic sink drains have their merits - simply unscrew and re-screw. But WOAH! The stench! I assume that only half the yuck was from me. When I took the sink and its parts apart

    BustedWagon 06-11-2018, 12:15 PM Go to last post

    14 days no weed

    Hi McSpeed,

    Yeah, that idea that you can go back to occasional smoking, or the 'just one' thinking has been many people's undoing, including myself. I think that if people keep picking themselves up and

    Alice 06-08-2018, 09:30 AM Go to last post

    14 days no weed

    Just have to get over that well it's been X amount of time, I wonder what it would be like to get high again. I'm not over the feeling good hump yet and back to normal

    McSpeed 06-07-2018, 10:45 AM Go to last post

    14 days no weed

    It is addictive, but the more time you put between yourself and the dreaded weed, the better you will feel and the less pull it will have on you.

    Good luck! It is understandable

    Alice 06-07-2018, 06:39 AM Go to last post

    Terrible Hot Flashes N Night Sweats After Quitting Weed!

    Lol, screw weed indeed!

    I am so glad that you are climbing out of the fog. The other side is so amazing :-)

    You are really doing it! Keep going :-)

    Alice 06-07-2018, 06:37 AM Go to last post

    5th Day of Quitting Cannabis

    Hey Mrs Thunders,

    I am sorry you have been feeling crappy. Even though life is a bit more difficult at the moment, you sound as though you are definitely growing as a person and gathering insight.

    Alice 06-06-2018, 07:10 PM Go to last post
    Mrs Thunders

    5th Day of Quitting Cannabis

    Hello again Alice and Hyzer29,

    Thanks to you both for engaging with me. Your reassurances and advice are good reminders and I can commiserate with your experiences 100%.

    I'm afraid I didn't sleep a wink

    Mrs Thunders 06-05-2018, 09:39 PM Go to last post

    5th Day of Quitting Cannabis

    No worries at all Mrs Thunders, I am so happy to help!

    What you are describing with regard to your challenges with socialising sounds to me, having been through it, as classic social anxiety. It is so funny because we are telling ourselves all this 'stuff' in our head about

    Alice 06-05-2018, 07:47 AM 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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