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  1. #11
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    Default I'm a cryer now

    Yes to the crying. I'm at day 7 and I'm cried at least 50 times in the past week. I'd just tear up or knot in my throat. It should pass. I'm not too worried. I never cried before. My symptoms are easing up. Inching better day by day. Stick with it, stay strong, you can and will do it. We are here for you. For me the communication and reading of others experience helps especially when anxiety or panic is high. We can all do this.

  2. #12
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    Default So much crying

    Wow, feels good to read people are crying as much as I am. Just like some others here I've only cried a few times in the last decade... I'm on day 15 and cry almost daily if not several times a day! It's usually short and feel some relief after. I'm 36 and was raised in a "men don't cry" house so it's humbling to feel so weak even though our culture is fortunately changing to be much more accepting of men who cry. I quit once before many years ago and had the same crying fits and they did pass so I know this won't continue forever. It feels like forever right now but in the big picture it's not that long. Besides if I do cry a little more moving forward in my life that's ok, it feels good knowing I have emotions again. It's an essential human trait!

  3. #13
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    Default Yes to the Crying

    I started reducing the number of hits, from 7ish hit per high down to 1. Around 5 hits per high my body started to withdrawn and detox. I was getting high every 2-3 hrs, totaling 5-7 highs per day. I was keeping an almost constant high. I lost 45 lbs in that month. The thing that surprised me the most was having full blown, full body, best orgazms ever and crying through it, that freaked my wife out.

    I'm at 2.5 months sober and the occasional cry will still sneak up on me.

  4. #14
    Alyssa Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Default Just me being preachy

    Hey! Going through the same thing. For me thinking itíll stop eventually and saying itís not real makes me feel invalidated so the best way for me to deal with it is to accept all my thoughts and take the time to work through them! It hurts and is uncomfortable because you have to find roots of the unpleasant thoughts and whatever, but once you get through it youĎll have a clear reasoning for your thoughts which you can now actually manage. Then Iíll either accept whatever gave me the pain or deal/confront the issue in my life so that itís no longer relevant/ no longer has power over me. That inevitable feeling of nothingness and depression is just something that youíve gotta make peace with and accept as neutral. Once you learn to do that Itís all on you to heal and be proactive with what brings the negativity into your life. Itís tough but what works is putting in the time, being proactive, being forgiving to yourself and others and being willing to change. Donít invalidate yourself or any of your feelings, listen and reach deep in your mind to come to conclusions. Donít let your ego get in the way and mess with your perception. Let go of the need to protect your ego, be loving, listen to others and just do what makes you happy always, even if it seems impossible, unrealistic or stupid

    Youíve only got your one lifetime to live through your life and experiment, so donít waste that being closed off. Do what makes you happy and just donít mess with other people. Lead your life with understanding, love and forgiveness.

    For assistance with finding a reputable and accredited Marijuana Rehab Service Provider in the USA you can call the US Governmentís FREE SAMHSAís National Helpline on:

    1-800-662-HELP (4357)



    Everything is alright!

    Hope this wasnít too preachy. Just thought Iíd share what works for me.

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